Travel Blogs from St. George's
... two lane street we could see a large vendors market. As we walked down the hill dodging pedestrians and automobiles, we could see that the market was a large collection of small huts and sun shades that were full not only of tourist items but home grown food brought to the market by small local farmers. True to its name as the Spice Island there were numerous stands offering fragrant spices of many kinds. The spices came in many forms from necklaces to ...
... other news. Apparently every crew member on each ship in port had the same idea! Connectivity was horrendously slow so I only managed to get a few updates posted; the rest had to wait until I got back home.... I strolled around outside a bit on my own, just taking a look at some of the spice and craft vendors who had set up shop. A nice young woman invited me to her stall to show me what spices she had for sale; I ...
... but unluckily for us, the pub had run out of beer!!!
On Union Island we hired bikes – electric ones being the only ones on offer. We took them with some hesitation but found the battery power very useful when going up the hills. You still have to pedal to get the motor to kick in and I ran out of puff at one stage. The bike was exceedingly heavy to push up the hill but once at the top it was downhill all the way back. We found a ...
... minds and people than I have asked this question and found no answers … so how will I.
So I am setting down this burden, as I have set down the burden of the quest for a partner, the woman I have been waiting for all my life … I will not find answers, and she will not come into my life by my seeking and searching … like meditation I need to “do nothing” … just be … and in that being find a place of completeness in myself … and ...
... they're not tourists, they're invading
Take me home, United Nations
Take me home, I hate invasions
I came here to holiday, not to be blown away
Mother father, how could I doubt you?
That's the last time I go without you
Next vacation, we stick together.
By the way in Lebanon, how is the weather?
And for the benefit of those who don’t recall the early 80s, at the time ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Village Hotel St. George's
Other places to stay in St. George's
Grand Anse Beach, St. George's | 3 star hotelfrom $96
Old Mill Road, St. George's | 3 star hotelfrom $150
Box 382, St. George's | 4 star hotelfrom $240
PO Box 58, St. George's | 2 star hotelfrom $83
Grand Anse, St. George's | 3 star hotelfrom $163
Saman Drive, St. George's | 2 star hotelfrom $80
Magazine Beach, St. George's | 4 star hotelfrom $279
Point Salines, St. George's | Hotelfrom $114