Oceanic View Exclusive Vacation Cottages

Address: 6500 Freemans Village Road, Saint George, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda, Caribbean | Inn
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This inn, located on 6500 Freemans Village Road, Saint George, is near Miramar Sailing, Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, Dutchman's Bay, and Vendor's Mall.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint George


    A travel blog entry by moleandplace on Jul 27, 2014

    4 photos

    Today we are at St John's, Antigua & Barbuda in the Caribbean. Home of cricketers Viv Richards, Andy Roberts, Curtly Ambrose & Richie Ric******* and holidays homes of Ric************, Eric Clapton & Timothy Dalton.

    We did have a ships’ tour booked but we cancelled it as the ship berths right next to the "town" and the beaches are only a ten minute taxi drive away, so we will do our own thing.

    The people of Antigua near and far

    A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Jul 13, 2014

    7 photos

    Author: Toutou

    Antigua has been the longest we've stayed at any island and has been a wonderful stop, however we need to get down to Grenada by July 22nd to meet up with our close friends the Abbotts. They will stay with us from July 24th through August 3rd. We can't wait to finally see some friends from back home.

    During our stay we've had the pleasure of meeting some wonderful Antiguans as well as those who were just passing by. ...

    Grenada - Isle of Spice and All Things Nice

    A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on May 28, 2014

    30 photos

    I loved this island, such a fascinating history that I'd like to hear more of. It began as a slave colony, bought over for the plantations, claimed by the French then reclaimed by the British, ruled by two self appointed dictators in the nineteen eighties - the second took control while the first one (despised and feared by all) was out of the country. This second dictator who was much loved, was assassinated. The island eventually became a democracy. ...

    Cruising the north Atlantic

    A travel blog entry by gill27 on Mar 19, 2014

    7 comments, 12 photos

    ... Americans on board are thawing out after the winter basking and baking themselves for hours in the sun. We are experiencing temperatures of around 28 degrees and blue skies each day. The wind has been menacing however blowing on deck at around 40 notts.
    There are many very large people on this ship. Lard is far from confined to the kitchen lets say. The health of some of our fellow passengers appears compromised as they continue to ...

    BBQS, Beaches and Beauties

    A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Feb 23, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Just been chasing the chicken or defrosting it!!All in good taste I must add, she wanted a hug off us all when we left! We still couldn't work out what took 2 hours with 2 chicken n chips, advocado salad and an omelette. We were the only ones sat down!! Saw amazing lizards and humming birds whilst waiting though and chilled so no problem���� Followed the next day by a very chilled BBQ at Galleon Beach. We all took food to cook , coleslaw, ...