The Inn At Portofino
Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth
... St Vincent and her father from Canada.
We swim to the beach and we all agree that this is the typical Caribbean beach, with the palm trees and the water with so many shades of blue that is hard to describe. Finally, this seems to be “the” place that has no wind. We play in the sand, we swim and the locals invite John to join them for a drink at the “Last bar before the jungle”, but he does not ...
... university and number thirteen in total! Suddenly, there are plenty of British students scattered around Milton Cato. Hopefully going to climb the Volcano on Saturday and see Murray win Wimbledon on Sunday. I'm grateful for ESPN, although the commentary is nowhere near as good as the BBC coverage! That's all for now, looking forward to Gav cooking tuna tonight. Trying to surpass the shark pie I cooked last night will not be ...
Hi Guys & Girls
Update due as we slowly work our way north
25/12 Phil cooked a 10lb+ turkey on xmas day with all the trimmings, excellent and great value as we had 3 lunches and 3 dinners out of the turkey
26/12 we sailed the 12 miles round to the stunning embayed southern coast of Grenada and anchored in the bay behind Hog Island, stunning, surrounded by mangroves and then trees up the side of hillside with a little 50m beach and a ...
... and very few people. Only a couple of miles away from the famous Tobago Cays we decided to settle in , explore and wait for the wind to drop before going out to the Cays.
Time passed with walks, the view from the top of the island out to the reef was fantastic, the local bars all offering something different and the company of good friends made this stop a memorable one.
... Monaco (possum), iguana, iguana egg, dolphin, whale, pig foot soup, pig and goat liver, salt fish, salt pork, salt beef, chicken neck and back. I do have a garden and had a crop of corn, okra and now cucumbers. One man stated that I was a good farmer and that I should try to grow the local ganja. I have learned a lot about farming thanks to my neighbor who I could and will some day talk about him. He is a character. That will be a whole blog ...
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