Lagoon Marina and Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Lagoon Marina and Hotel St. Vincent
Travel Blogs from St. Vincent
... St Vincent's economic devopment. He has mixed feelings about whether the country is really going to go forward or not. But one thing is not in doubt: he's enjoying his retirement more here then if he were still in New York City!
"You're welcome back any time--just stop by if you ever need anything" He tells me as we part ways.
So I head back to Kingstown, and from there back to my hotel by the airport, where ...
... I'll head to Kingstown and give the capital a second chance. So after dropping my stuff at a hotel by the airport where I'll be staying the next couple of days (I don't like to overstay as a Couchsurfing guest), I hop on a van to the capital. Well, it turns out the city is all but abandoned on Sundays, and everything is closed. I have an even more uneasy feeling about this place--plus, the transport station ...
... the more fortunate ones, in the long run... But not everything is fine and dandy. Later talking with a farmer he tells me that there's a problem of thievery. Young guys go into the fields and steal the harvest in the night. Some folks have to hire a night watchman for this reason. "It didn't used to be this way... everyone was trustworthy... there was no crime" "What changed?" I ask "When young people immigrated to the United States, some of them got into trouble and ...
... boat. Washing the few clothes we wear, gets less as we go on. The shops in the local town are many and as colourful, inviting and as well presented as the houses, the locals friendly but not pushy. It feels relaxing. We wandered up the fishermans end and saw them shaping the wood to make their boat, locals lazing in the shade. One chap was on the sagging canvas roof of a ...
... yet Murray's genoristy, sincerity and enthusiasm are often completely ignored. Rant over. Lets hope this is a sign of things to come, and the English cricket team go on to dominate the Ashes series. This week was also very different, as Monday and Tuesday were national bank holidays. Therefore instead of being in hospital, we were out and about celebrating carnival. Monday night was J'ouvert, a night of drinking and celebration that started at 2am and went on until 10. After ...