Willard's of Saba

Address: Booby Hill, Box 515, Windwardside, 59941, Saba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Booby Hill, Box 515, Windwardside.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Willard's of Saba Windwardside

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Windwardside

Up the Volcano

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Dec 08, 2012

7 photos

... sap that is used like tiger balm. I know we were rushed because the cruise people had to get back to the boat, but it would have been nice to go a bit slower to see more as when we did stop to see the views, they were incredible.

The view most people are really on the trail for is the view from the top. When we got to the top, we were able to look down into the volcano crater and see the little lake at the bottom. In my mind, the ...

Money, money, money!

A travel blog entry by livin_the_dream on Apr 30, 2011

3 photos

... book right after breakfast and asked why I wasn't getting on one of the boats for the race and I told him I was planning to take a shower and wash my hair after they got done with the morning cleaning ritual (called 'domestics') and he said I either went sailing or I worked on the ship. What I guy! I had just worked 14 hours the day before! So I got changed and went sailing. We had helped bring 3 boats to St Barth by providing crew to get them here and most ...

A French Caribbean Isle

A travel blog entry by bumihills on Mar 22, 2011

31 photos

... gratuity on purchases. Additionally most of the other ports had very small wine selections, if any, and the stores were not air conditioned, which was not ideal for wine storage.

As we took none of the optional excursions offered, we walked Gustavia from end to end, visiting the lighthouse area for a view of the port from above, and Shell Beach, on the other end. Shell beach appeared to be the popular local spot and it was very pretty.

Twice Around the Island – The Big Race

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Feb 22, 2011

10 photos

... between differing boats are much less important during this phase of the race. Maneuverability, sail handling, and tactics are the keys for good starts. The boat with the slowest rating can “win” the start. In effect, it’s a race within the race.

The perfect start is usually for a boat to be on starboard tack (wind coming across the starboard side of the boat) and crossing the line exactly at time 0, or before any ...

Five Days in Statia!!

A travel blog entry by dbkay on Oct 07, 2010

2 comments, 62 photos

... However, the people who have been here for a long time don’t ever remember so much rain and wind. On the StormPulse website, the band of cloud defining this storm is IMMENSE – maybe 1000km across !!!

The small twin-Otter Winair flight (20-seater) left on time under partly blue skies and some sunshine. Little or no turbulence – a smooth 20 minute flight to St. Eustatius (commonly called ...