Hotel La Pagerie
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Adjoining Rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... who were less accommodating than other resorts we have tried to use. We were allowed on the beach as they are all public here but they wouldn't allow us to use the sun-lounges. It is in a nice bay however there was more seaweed (obviously Sandals don't maintain their beaches well). One of the girls pushed her luck by going inside and using the pool - she was asked to leave and go back to the beach. ...
... to the USA which--although not as colorful as the Caribbean--I do have pretty much unlimited new places to discover and explore.
There is one sight a stones throw away, Pigeon Hill, a penninsula with an old for where you can get a nice panoramic view from the top. I head that direction and soon find myself in the middle of a large resort... then another.
Pigeon Hill isn't open yet--and it doesn't look that interesting for the entrance fee, so I figure I ...
... flying in from Boston. This time we gave it a fair shake and we walked away impressed. I understand why cruisers are spending a lot of time there. The island is sufficiently prosperous that we weren't regularly approached (accousted?) by as many "boat boys" as we've encounered in most other places. Bequia is a proud island. While part of the Grenadines, they are still a whaling island. One of just a few left in the world. They are also a very mixed ...
... years, so very useful to chat to. Also having Sushi with them later. My first experience of that, so will update on results later. A swim was called for so we anchored off in the bay and later at night saw thousands of glowing circles!! Jellyfish ahh Prices getting more reasonable as we go further south. Apparently we have to remove our veg and fruit basket from outside as the fruit bats will demolish the contents! Looking forward to seeing that. Love ...
... hiked to the base of Mount Pelee where the Depaz distillery was hidden amongst the fields of sugarcane. We took a tour of the place which ended with free rum samples which gave us some energy for the hike back to town. The most interesting thing about the place was not the rum but the other tourists there. A French high school class was on a field trip there with over a dozen 15 year olds throwing back samples and loading up on their liquor cabinet. I guess its part of their culture. ...