Petit Bacaye

Westerhall Post Office, St. David, Grenada | Hotel
Prices starting from $124.00
 

Travel Blogs from St. David

Day 5: Snow country

A travel blog entry by whipbird

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... This is the launch pad to Mt Ruapehu, at 2797m it's the highest of the three peaks in the national park that we now leave behind. The hours pass, we share the driving, snack, talk, argue, and play music. A succession of dots on the map emerge, become real places with traffic, people and shops and fast food franchises, then recede from view in the rear window - become waypoints on the map ...

DAY 10: Hanmer Springs to Wellington

A travel blog entry by bianca_notley

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Woke up at 6am, continental breakfast at 6:30am and boarded the bus at 7:15am. We headed across the Canterbury Plains to Kaikoura where we had a quick stop to look at the 'beach' (no sand just pebbles). We then stopped off to see the seal colony (soo cute). We got to the ferry and cruised through the Marlborough Sounds. We docked in Wellington where ...

Bye bye South, hello North

A travel blog entry by nloon

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... beaches below. We went for a quick swim at the beach by the campsite when we got back and headed off towards Nelson. We were eager to get on the road fairly early as there was more rain forecast for that night and we really didn't want to get stuck in a flood on the narrow winding road back from the national park. We passed loads of places where there had been land slips/slides overnight but the council seemed to be doing a good ...

Set-Jetting in Wellywood

A travel blog entry by filipmontberg

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... was used as several set locations in the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

On our first day we went to the Te Papa museum, or the national museum of wellington, which had really cool and interactive exhibitions about the Maori people, the geography of New Zealand (especially in terms of plate tectonics and natural disasters) and the nature. We tried the earth quake simulator, saw the pickled giant octopus; the only one of ...

The North Island

A travel blog entry by teamjenkins

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... We had been warned by locals that Taranaki, although not a technical mountain to climb, has one of the highest fatality rates of all the mountains in New Zealand due to being so exposed as a lone mountain surrounded on 3 sides by sea, and the weather which changes so quickly often shrouding it in freezing cloud making it impossible to find your way or for mountain rescue to get in. Two climbers died last year attempting to summit and we did not want to take any risks. We ...

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This hotel, located on Westerhall Post Office, St. David, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding