Gingerbread

Admiralty Bay, Port Elizabeth, Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Caribbean | Inn
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This inn, located on Admiralty Bay, Port Elizabeth, is near Dive Bequia, Wallilabou, Mopion, and Bat Cave.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth

    Visitors, Back to Bequia and a Trip to Tobago Cays

    A travel blog entry by halcyon_daves on Jul 31, 2013

    3 photos

    ... side to an emergency C-section. It spiced up one of our final days in hospital and it was cool to see some of the theatre staff one last time. The next time I blog, I won't be in St Vincent! Sad times. Quote of the week contenders: "If you got stranded on a grenadine with a bottle of Hairoun and nothing else, could you find your way home?" "If we get drunk on the boat will the two lots of swaying cancel each other out?" "Ohhhhh I thought you guys were leaving on the ...

    Beautiful Bequia

    A travel blog entry by halcyon_daves on Jun 27, 2013

    3 photos

    ... got there in good time. The nine mile crossing took just under an hour and as we set foot on the largest of the Grenadines, I think we were all blown away. Rolling, white sand beaches stretched along the island with only a scattering of exotic trees obscuring the stark beauty of golden, creamy white. Yachts littered the azure blue sea and the stacks of shops, bars and buildings were painted a multitude of colours. It was like looking onto ...

    Slowly North in the Grenadines

    A travel blog entry by philmillard on Jan 09, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... the hog roast were excellent), we left at about 0230 and walked back to the dinghy, unfortunately climbing back onto SB, the dinghy moved away and left me straddled between the two, eventually I fell in, even more unfortunately I had my phone and camera in my pocket, I got onboard, rinsed them both out in fresh water and left them to dry,

    1/1/13 a very lazy day, we hardly moved other than to snorkel and decided a day without booze would be good, although ...

    Tobago Cays

    A travel blog entry by ireneandchris on Feb 03, 2012

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... We anchored in the full force of the 25 knots that was blowing and the anchor bit well down into the sand. Once again the boat boys were out in force, lobsters, fresh fish, and bread were all on offer. They were a lot better here than in other places and weren't too persistent. There were plenty of "hungry germans" on charter boats far more willing to pay the price for a lobster than ...

    Crazzieness everywhere

    A travel blog entry by mikedolan on May 19, 2011

    2 comments, 121 photos

    ... villages use our field. ON one occasion, it was a village that had some bad blood with ours. These sports days are filled with people drinking and getting high of all ages. After the event, a spectator from the other village went on the field and threw a bottle and the fight was on. All of a sudden people were coming out from everywhere with bottles and rocks. There was a fight with about twenty trowing everything that spilled on to the street ...