Petite Anse Hotel Grenada

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

    Week two - well I think it is week two...

    A travel blog entry by wallis1983 on Aug 25, 2014

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    ... a chocolate bar (a Moro) during one of the peaceful sections. I would definitely do it again, so much fun. Now the only bit I do not want to have to repeat is the jump off of the huge big rock, into the water. I have no idea how high it was, but it was high. It took me 4 goes to summon the courage, and to figure out how to jump (my brain and legs still don't see eye to eye on that one) I was terrified, was shaking like a leaf but I did it. Hopefully never again though. There are a ...

    The start of a very long day.

    A travel blog entry by bmilnes on Jun 24, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    Made it as far as the departure lounge in Wellington. discovered Malaysian airlines have reseated us for the 12-hour leg in 4 different places. As the girls would have to sit on their own that's not going to work for me. So a battle will need to ensure when we touch down in Sydney. Pops didn't realise that take everything metal out to go through the ...

    Sore legs and happy faces

    A travel blog entry by srwinterburn on May 26, 2014

    20 photos

    ... ahead because of the mist but as soon as we reached the summit the clouds cleared and we looked down to the Emerald Pools, the Blue Lake and across the mountain range. It took us 6 hours in all, I could hardly move the next day but it was totally worth it, especially as there was a hot tub and burger and chips waiting back at the hostel! From the national park we went back to the big smoke of windy Wellington where I have been for ...

    Wellington - May

    A travel blog entry by victoriakd on May 01, 2014

    17 photos

    ... the water. So the thought was there haha. Went to the pub after for a cheeky beverage. The pubs just arnt really pubs here they are like cafés, that’s the one thing I do miss about England, theres no proper pubs here to go on a Sunday afternoon. Got back to Wellington and I went to Marees ...


    A travel blog entry by rob-heulwen on Mar 21, 2014

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    ... The upper house was abolished in 1951. Generally it seems that kiwi's are much happier with this political system as there is a much wider representation of parties in the Parliament. There are more women and Maori MP's. Government buildings were also worth a look at. Built entirely of wood - see below, can you tell? Also nearby were two really good landmarks - St Paul's church, built in 1866, but unfortunately we could not go in as there was a funeral taking place. Outside was ...