Ocean View Inn

Canouan, Canouan, Grenadines/St Vincent | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Canouan, Canouan, is near Les Saintes, Jacques Cousteau's Underwater Reserve, Anse Tarare, and Valley of the Ancient Caribs.
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Travel Blogs from Canouan

Pirates' Treasure

A travel blog entry by jojotravels on Apr 18, 2012

3 comments, 59 photos

... of clean kitchens and such things, we relaxed, walked and swam while CH conjured up a fabulous spread of conch, coleslaw, jacket potatoes with cheese, fried chicken and fried plantain, all washed down with some rather nice Graves (no idea WHERE he got that!). Up until now I had resisted all attempts by Boonie to get me to eat conch - rubbery and tasteless in my view. Bur Harris is a pirate of many talents and cooked a dish of tender and tasty conch with onions ...

Swimming with Turtles- once in a lifetime

A travel blog entry by karibik82 on Jul 31, 2011

3 photos

... headed back to Petite Martinique,
where we catched the ferry back to Grenada.
Brian charged us 385USD
for the two of us, which seemed very reasonable, especially in the light
of the costs of other trips. We had thought about taking a plane to
Union Island from Grenada and going on to the TObago Cay with a boat,
which would have cost 320 USD per PErson! and we ould have had only
about 1-2hours at the Cays, without ...

Canouan - Charlestown Bay

A travel blog entry by sv.equinox on May 14, 2011

3 photos

Points of Interest

Canouan is an island of two parts. The Canouan Resort Development Company (CRD) owns, and has developed, the northern half, which is managed by Raffles Resort. This larger half of the island is gated with guards at the entry points, and locals and visitors need permission to enter. A big Raffles resort caters to visitors and house lots are for ...

Island adventure is bluring together wonderfully

A travel blog entry by dlandrso on Feb 11, 2011


... very relaxing though. Not stressed at all, just tanning and floating about with a bunch of strangers enjoying the wilderness and lack of human craziness. I need to be keeping a more in depth journal though otherwise this trip will just blend into an amazing blur of events. Also internet is increasingly hard to find as this trip progresses.

love you all,


Southbound to Canouan

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Jan 04, 2011

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On New Year's Day we awoke early and departed Admiralty Bay at 0700 hours in between rain showers for Canouan, a sail of only about 20 nm, arriving on the south coast before lunch. The area we traveled was "littered" with squalls and soon into the passage Dave was glad he was only using the genoa in the 15-20 knot NE winds. Dark squalls appeared in the east and just ahead of us – on a collision course. The Grenadine islands plainly visible ...

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