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- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGingerbread Port Elizabeth
Hansel and Gretel are very happy in this beautiful hotel with our G&Ts over looking Admiralty Bay.
Stunning rooms with fresh air that is in beautiful condition
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Bequia is the perfect island. We spend our days swimming and exploring withe the "Fat Man" taxi. He takes on an island tour including a turtle sanctuary where the old man who runs it has released approx 1000 turtles back into the ocean. Apparently only 2 in a 1000 survive in natural breeding grounds which are now effected by humans to a great …
Up early as we have a massive sail to Bequia 30 nautical miles in to the wind and the current. Adam sets the sails so we can motor sail. Mugari is handling the 3 metre swell quite well but it is a struggle. The winds are 25 knots with gust up to 30, so it's can be pretty scary in spots. We estimate the crossing to take about 6 hours and we lave at …
... Hut instead of the delicious traditional Caribbean meal. Have a pleasant chat with Jordanian American tourist as we swap stories of our adventures around the world... Near the airport I do my videoclip and Parkbench concert. I'm technically not in Kingstown, but I'm going to count this as my Kingstown concert--since I couldn't find a safe place to do it in the capital itself. Then I'm off to bed. It's a big day ...
... some of the flowers and bulbs are sold it seems to be mainly just a project of love. Not that the fellow doesn't like making money. When Cecille asks if we can get a discount, he snaps back in a typical British way, "And why should I give you a discount? How do you expect me to cover my expenses if I'm giving discounts?" We sheepishly pay full fair and go inside. Inside I enjoy getting lost in the maze of paths. It has a mix of a jungle-y feel and a manicured garden feel, ...
... and the beach is crowded with locals working on their own boats, 'captains' hawking excursions by sea, taxis hawking excursions by land, and assorted sellers of assorted locally-made items. We have a 'free morning', a choice of the beach, a hike to the turtle farm, or a tour of the island. After a walk up and down the main street chatting with vendors and buying a few souvenirs, we hire Kevin who takes us around ...