Lagoon Marina and Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from St. Vincent
... She organised a boat tour around the island, so we all clambered into a small boat and we were shown round the beautiful island. We saw a place called Moonhole, which are houses built out of the local rock and are really pretty. Round the other side we saw a brightly coloured town up the hills from the coast with Whale bones placed at the bottom. Whaling (Humpback Whales) is still legal in Bequia, with a number of restrictions, and the people of ...
2 hrs, 2 kms Through the tunnel, I'm greeted by a beautiful view as the road climbs even higher. Behind is the jungle covered mountain and behind it the long straight coast of Colonaire. As I take my video clip here, a couple of locals at a nearby shop invite me to come play some music for them, including a couple of mechanics working on a car and an older lady who runs the shop. After a couple of songs comes the typical "where are you from?" ...
... cutting into the mountains and reaching into the sea. This is to be St Vincents first international airport. I wonder what changes this new airport will bring to this peaceful, laidback little island. Down at the shore is the village of Peruvian Vale. Looks like I've still got a bit of time for hiking. So I start my hike up the Atlantic ...
... have nothing going on. As a result we went to check out the place that looked quite busy. it looked busy we discovered because there were people leaning over the balconies all round. But that was it, the place was also dead. So instead we went outside and chatted to some of the locals. Plenty of Bob Marley available and 87% rum from a little van! This is where the real characters were. There was a deaf guy, but we did not know straight away. This lead ...
... Caribs were finally exiled in 1797 by the British, who ruled the island until St. Vincent achieved independence in 1979. Part of the movie "Pirates of the Caribbean" was filmed on the leeward coast of St. Vincent at Wallilabou Bay. The sets are mostly destroyed by storms though. Had enough of St Vincent. The Grenadines are smaller islands all around. Trivia later today. Our evening trivia team came in first. I was the only one who knew the Monty Python line about the Spanish ...