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

      No no, not for the football...

      A travel blog entry by jfgcooper95 on Jul 11, 2014

      13 photos

      ... we begin the countdown until Canada, and then home. It doesn't feel like three weeks has gone, nor do I feel like I want to leave the ship, but truths are truths and I guess we have to face up to reality at sone point. A couple of watchleaders suggested that I hop ship whilst in Antigua and find employment on a tall ship here: were it not for the ever-growing shadow of mid-September and university, there would be very little at this point stopping me from doing just ...

      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

      ... Once on board we realised the Quest is a very well appointed vessel and first impressions can be quite deceptive on some levels. Entering our cabin was quite a shock though as we struggled with our suitcases. Stuey thought this was wonderful preparation for future camper van holidays, none of which are on future agendas. Unpacking was difficult in such a confined space but it is amazing what can be achieved when under pressure. The bathroom ...

      What goes around comes around

      A travel blog entry by kenherr on Mar 08, 2014


      ... when we get back Billy gets in bed while I shower for dinner. Billy misses dinner. I tell him that it was the best dinner of the entire holiday.
      I wander down for drinks. Checked on Billy twice during the evening but he's (you've guessed it) comatose. He asked me this morning what the band were like. Brilliant, the best of the holiday I tell him.
      Have you put the towels down on the beds he asked. No. He shoves a round of f's at me. I have!
      Billy is towel monitor for the ...

      Arrival Day

      A travel blog entry by 613flavah on Feb 06, 2014

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... Antigua flight, Kai woke up from a 2 hour nap pretty ****** off. I'm still not sure if it was a night terror or he was just really angry but he threw an epic tantrum that lasted (I counted) 25 minutes and for those 25 mins I was mortified, wanted to DIE. It's bad enough for your child to throw a tantrum at home but in public and on a plane where you can't really do anythign or go anywhere ughh!!! I think ...