AQUA on Bequia
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Our last full day in paradise. Bequia, our final port of call, is largest of the Grenadines. Home to 5500 souls, it has an area of 7 square miles. As it was less dependant on sugar than many of the other Caribbean islands, Bequia developed whaling and maritime transport industries in addition to tourism.
Bequia looks like none of the other islands we have visited. The harbor in Port Elizabeth is crowded with ...
... was not quite right to get in close. Onwards to the next Island, Canouan where we dropped the hook for a spot of lunch. Another peaceful place but onwards... Another hour and YES :) the most spectacular of places to be. I cant believe we are actually here. We google earthed this 8 years ago!! We now are one of those sticks you can see( the ...
... el porta, ens explica que a l’illa hi viuen 250 persones i que la propietÓria de l’illa Ús una senyora mig de St Vincent, mig de CanadÓ, que tÚ 80 anys i que viu a la casa que es veu al cim de l’illa.
Anem nedant a la platja i Ús realment la platja tÝpica de les postals del Carib, amb les palmeres i l’aigua de tants tons de blau que no es pot ni descriure. Finalment hem trobat un lloc on no ...
... tiny island just off the south coast of st Vincent. It'll take around five minutes to get there by boat I imagine. Pretty cool. As an aside, we've come across a few cockroaches in the apartment this week - not ideal. When we caught one with an empty bowl, I speculated how long it would take for it to starve. Gav was quick to inform me (he loves wifi that boy) that a cockroach can survive 6 weeks without food. There's another interesting fact for ...
... occasional showers- snorkeling, good beer and rum punch even better
8/1 we decided to hire bikes for the day and explore the island, - very hilly and very green, we first went to the top of the island to the turtle sanctuary where they riase the young hawksbill turtles and release the adults several years later when the are safer from predators. We then cycled back to Port Elizabeth for lunch (a massive beautiful Roti)