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

Caribbean life with the locals

A travel blog entry by azcook on Nov 15, 2014

76 photos

... her Grandma Jo, JoJo. "Where's JoJo?!"

We got up the next morning, made breakfast and then showed Sheree's folks around the property. They were amazed at all the vegetation. They also took a walk up to the little round hill to take in the view. We were able to go for a little trip to the grocery store, Duggins, when Reese came home from work at lunch and had to go to the store to stock up on foods his new guests at the conference ...

Up the Volcano

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Dec 08, 2012

7 photos

... for the top. I could have drank more. I've never done a hike with a walking stick before, nor ever felt the need. It was absolutely essential on this hike.
Much of the trail is very slippery. Some is over smooth rocks (and in part, the rocks are in the middle of a creek, so you're stepping on smooth rocks as the water flows right over them.) Some is mud covered in wet leaves. Some was gravelly little rocks that also slipped a ...

International Island

A travel blog entry by mtbrown on Mar 09, 2012

2 comments, 15 photos

... walk around the island in opposite directions. Where they met would be the other border between the two domains. There are a couple of stories to explain why the French got 21 square miles and the Dutch only got 15 square miles: 1) the Frenchman cheated and used a bicycle (dubious, since I don’t think bicycles had been invented then), and 2) they each were given something to drink while they walked. The ...

Money, money, money!

A travel blog entry by livin_the_dream on Apr 30, 2011

3 photos

... had in Reunion. I really must learn how to make some of them. Bread and cheese and wine make for a fine meal. Those on the crew who have been to France said that the people here were much nicer to those of us not lucky enough to be born French than those in France. It was a very pleasant stay.

Well, I ended up playing hooky for the last day of racing and went for a walk with a few other like minded crewmembers. The island has very steep hills ...

Its the girth

A travel blog entry by peterhbudd on Feb 10, 2011

14 photos

... then we back to walking, window shopping and photographing. Finally ran out of things to do so we took the boat ride back.

It was then that we finally noticed the size difference with Solstice. Allure wasn't that much taller. But the thing was SO much wider - almost double the width.

Chris went back to the ship and I shopped in the dock area. Bought a titanium bracelet at one of 15 or so the Diamonds International shops. Then ...