Petite Anse Hotel Grenada

Address: P O Box 2960, St. Patrick, 2960, Grenada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P O Box 2960, St. Patrick, is near Grenada Co-Operative Nutmeg Association, Carib's Leap, Bianca C, and Green Island.
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    Travel Blogs from St. Patrick

    Lower North Island 9/10th November 2015

    A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Nov 10, 2015

    8 photos

    ... Now a little annoyed by this guy, when he decide to discuss issuing a fine we opted to bare face lie as he was obviously unreasonable. We explained how we had been at this campsite until late the previous night, gone to another campsite in Taupo which allows our type of van before returning in the early morning for breakfast. Understandably he was wary of our story but with us already being up and about with no evidence of us having stayed there he didn't really have a leg to stand on. ...

    Lake Topou

    A travel blog entry by dierdre on Nov 06, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... volcanos. Amazing, two bedrooms, kitchen and very large balcony for about $120.00 US!

    The small town has many small shops and resraurats. We walked around the shops and down to the lake for a nice stroll.

    Had our first Indian dinner similar to our favorite one in Yuba City. Back to the hotel to enjoy the view on our balcony.

    Blown away by Wellington

    A travel blog entry by bethinetta on Nov 02, 2015

    20 photos

    ... we bought our Weetbix in Melbourne rather than paying $7 for a small box here.
    - In the supermarket, there is some form of 'sweet' in just about every single aisle. In Aus, there might be a confectionery aisle and then a cookies aisle, but here they seem to have found a way to squeeze sugary snacks in to every aisle, so there's just no escaping it. We've also noticed a lot of advertising is for cheap 'junk food' rather than fruit and veg, as we might see in Aus.


    Starting the south island

    A travel blog entry by macstoire on Oct 05, 2015

    15 photos

    ... on the waterfront, but arriving in darkness we didn't know what view to expect when we woke. It was a lovely surprise in the morning when we woke on the seafront surrounded by mountains, with ice caps in the distance. After we had all had a little work out along the waters edge we headed north into Abel Tasman National Park, where we hoped to go kayaking but were told the current was too strong for un-guided ...

    Absolutely positively Wellington

    A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Sep 17, 2015

    2 photos

    A big lie-in this morning as a combination of avoiding the windy rainy sounds outside and as we have planned all we would like to do in Wellington discovering the excess of time for plenty of extras, such as sleep! Breakfast was much more interesting this morning consisting of porridge, jam, banana and some raisins/dates. Oats are ridiculously cheap in the supermarket and the packet lasts ages, so we are pretty much sorted for the next fortnight of breakfasts - spoiler ...