Keegan's Beachside Hotel,Apartments & Cottage
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... large Carib community here in St Vincent. Although there are plenty of people of mixed Afro-Carib descent, there's not a significant distinctly Carib culture here any more. The volcano finished off the destruction started by the Spanish, French and British... As I walk along I look for any traces of that culture. I do notice some physical characteristics that are more Carib than African... but not much ...
2 hrs, 3 kms The Atlantic coast has a completely different feel from the bustling Caribbean shore, or the lush, cheery inland. Here there are few trees, and the ones there are, have all their branches pointed inland, buffetted by endless winds. No cheery farming villages here, just a couple of squatter shacks teetering dangerously near the cliffs overlooking the sea. Looks like a pretty ...
... and had breakfast as the morning ferries arrived. Low and behold it was the party boat from Bequia, but this time loaded with people and blaring out loud energetic Souka music. As we watched the boat unloaded quad bikes towing giant speaker stacks from which the music was issuing. Crowds poured off the boat for what may well be the last sailing event of the season. Of course further investigation was required.
The ferry jetty was ...
... in the 1760's, this 20-acre garden is a serene retreat for visitors and locals alike. You can catch a glimpse of the island's rare St. Vincent parrots in the small aviary, and wander among vibrant blooms and towering trees -- some over 200 years old. European ships arrived in the late 15th century and met fierce resistance from the Caribs, who fended off multiple attempts by the British and the French to colonize the island. But after two wars and several centuries of ...
... who was so keen to obtain Gav's number, turned fully around with both hands off the wheel whilst driving down a busy main road. I hoped the half empty bottle of rum by the passenger seat didn't have anything to do with him, but we made it back in one piece regardless. After waiting up to greet Ash and Mel, we had a great Sunday, hitting the beach during the day and having a BBQ in the evening. The guys from upstairs, Jeffery and Gilbert (a Physio and an ...