Tropic Breeze Hotel

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

Beautiful Bequia

A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Apr 27, 2014

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A great sail from St Lucia from the Pitons, where we had hooked up a bouy overnight as it was gusting over 60 knots and spinning everyone in all directions. We made good time and as we came by the famous headland of St Vincent, renown for strong headland gusts and currents,we tried to reef down... Ha think again! The roller furling jammed , so Craig on his belly, head in anchor well and **** blowing to wind( usually the opposite way round:) ) he fixed it. We headed into ...

Sunny Sunday

A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip on Sep 08, 2013

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This morning I was up by 6.30 so I headed to the gym. Had a great run on the treadmill and then a workout on the cross trainer before heading back to do my core exercises. So can't afford to forget to do them as don't want to face another injury. Everyone was up watching tv when I got back. So a quick shower and we then headed to breakfast. After another scrumptious start to the day we headed to drop off the kids at kids club. They ...

Hanging out in Bequia

A travel blog entry by larzonia on Jan 20, 2013

... 2, 27 year old twins who are damn hot and like freakin vacuums with the food. The running joke is we have 5 gays onboard except when were drinking, then we have 7 :). Pipe dream. Let's see what's happened so far. So yesterday we set sail from Saint Vincent to Bequia, only about an hour sail. It was a nice sail making good speed until the island blocked the wind. I was a bit woozy, but pretty sure I was just dehydrated and tired. Drink more ...

Mustique - What an Island

A travel blog entry by sv.equinox on May 16, 2011

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... species on the island...quite magnificent and beautiful to see...they kept bonking each other though which got a bit old after a while.

Many cruisers/yachties opt not to stop off at Mustique as it's expensive to be allowed to anchor there. You have to pay for 3 days even if you stay for 1, however we spent the whole 3 days there and we had a fantastic time having a good look around...wouldn't have missed it for the ...

Exclusive Mustique

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Jan 26, 2011

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... rules required us to use a mooring ball. For our size boat the mooring ball fee was US$25/night, which is the typical rate in the eastern Caribbean. But the Company requires a minimum three night stay so our cost was $75. "Just want to stay one night? That’s OK, $75 please!" The minimum effectively minimizes the number of charter boats that visit since most charter parties are on a short schedule and want to ...