Tropic Breeze Hotel

St. Vincent, Grenadines/St Vincent | 1 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from St. Vincent

    Union Island, The Grenadines

    A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 06, 2014

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    ... makeshift looking shacks selling Piņa Coladas and playing music, but as we had not brought any cash so we could not avail ourselves.
    There were a number of yachts moored in the notably named Chatham Bay, but everyone was impressed when a large modern 3 masted tall ship slipped in. We could not see a name but it looked like a privately owned and used vessel and would have cost a packet. Probably belonged to some rock star.

    Sunny Sunday

    A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip on Sep 08, 2013

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    ... in the sun. At lunchtime Rich went to collect the kids they were happy to come for a swim. We had lunch at the Bay, they had a special Mongolian BBQ for Sunday lunch. It went down a treat. A cycle round the resort a couple of times with Courtney. Rich took the others but wasn't gone too long. Some daiquiris for the afternoon session in the sun and then we headed back to the room around sunset. Showered/bathed and got ready ...

    The one where David nearly lost both his elbows

    A travel blog entry by wavetotheworld on Dec 16, 2011

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    ... and then you decide if want to join them on a dive. I hated it, but was persuaded into joining the boat trip ... got into the water, lasted three minutes, panicked, got back on board. David had a fabulous time and said he saw the most amazing fish down there, all kinds of wonderful colours. Highly recommended.

    2. Eat - For such a small island, there's a proportionally large choice of eateries, ranging from 'high end' (we're using this term loosely) to street food. Local ...

    Admiralty Bay - Bequia

    A travel blog entry by sv.equinox on May 09, 2011

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    ... was quite slippery, and sure enough, without even realising what had happened, both my legs give way from under me and I fell bum first onto this walkway which was full of ugly green stuff and crabs crawlling everywhere. I ended up covered with this green stuff, and that was where the term "my bum is broken" began. My backside was battered and bruised for weeks afterwards. I guess I was lucky I didn't break anything. For that I was very ...

    Day 90: And then there were 3

    A travel blog entry by mbust02 on Feb 22, 2011

    ... between St. Lucia and St. Vincent the waves and wind was steadily increasing. We were easily making a steady 6 knots and even had to tie in a triple reef, something we've yet to do. The passage we estimated to take most of the night, but making great time we got in the lee of St Vincent well before midnight. We decided it'd be better to post up for the rest of the night in one of the many bays along St Vincent's west coast. These bays are well ...