Greve De Lecq Apts

Greve de Lecq, St. Ouen, Jersey, Channel Islands, JE3 3AA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Ouen

Bucket List

A travel blog entry by guernsey-girl

... br> 21. Learn phrases in new languages

22. Bungee jump

23. Camp

24. White water raft

25. Learn to cook authentic Thai food

26. Hill trekking

27. Meet and experience life of local people

28. Go wine tasting

29. Visit a night market

30. See a wale in the wild

31. Snorkel the Great Barrier Reef

32. See Dingos on Fraser Island

33. Go sand boarding

34. Watch a sunset

35. Watch a ...

From dream to reality

A travel blog entry by guernsey-girl

Here I am, sat in bed and awake at some ungodly hour of the morning... The nerves are kicking in! Seems as good a time as any to write my first blog entry for my quickly approaching trip - a trip I've always wanted to do but never quite believed would happen - a trip around the world! So how does a relatively shy and and frankly slightly awkward twenty two year old from the tiny island of Guernsey (Channel Islands) come to the decision to travel for an extended period of time ...

And so the journey begins...

A travel blog entry by emilysabin


... in there, there was a tv on blaring adverts in Spanish, and there were 2 people asleep. You had to walk through this room to the bathroom - which was pleasant and clean. After a drink in the bar - we showered and got into bed. We both slept well, and we were woken by the rest of the dorm getting up for what seemed to be work. I'm fairly sure the older couple through the net curtain might live there. It's all very strange, and very Spanish - but we're alive and we're enjoying ...

Day 31

A travel blog entry by gandcsears


Into St Peter Port today and had a stroll around the shopping area and waterfront for a couple of hours. Had lunch in a nice Italian restaurant on the waterfront, fresh caught crayfish, prawns and crab meat, absolutely beautiful.

Went to a nice pub for a short sharpie while Joseph went to Cubs and then home for dinner, a nice relaxing day.

Day 30

A travel blog entry by gandcsears


A drive around the island and a coupe of walks this morning up hill and down dale, saw an old observation post - battery built and used during the napoleonic wars. Also saw quite a few gunnery posts built by the Germans in the Second World War during the occupation.

A quiet relaxing afternoon was a pleasant relief from all the rushing around we have been doing.