The Beach Club

Saint Philip, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda, Caribbean | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Saint Philip, is near Shirley Heights, Sea Wolf Diving School, Monk's Hill, and Parham.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Philip

    Antigua

    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.
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    The people of Antigua near and far

    A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Jul 13, 2014

    7 photos

    ... of our trips into St. John we met Marsha and Kathi as well as their girls, Abby, Bianca, Zoe and Rebecca in a gelato store. We hit it off well and later in the week we made plans to meet them at Coconut Grove beach. The kids had a blast swimming and playing soccer on the beach. We were so blessed to have met their families and hopefully be able to keep in touch with them.

    Tyler tries to fish everyday. I think he would fish all day ...

    Grenada - Isle of Spice and All Things Nice

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

    30 photos

    ... and one side of the island is covered in huge lava rocks. This land is very steep, useless for crop growing and after the emancipation of the slave trade, this land was 'kindly' donated to the now freed slaves. How kind of their government. The houses here are built on stilts over the fallen lava rocks, many of which could be seen from the road. The roads are steep and windy and the locals are all happy and friendly. Everyone we passed waved to us, one ...

    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 ...

    Senior Moment Averted.

    A travel blog entry by frazzle on Mar 07, 2014

    5 comments, 3 photos

    ... that outnumber the passengers. I will only comment once I have been on one but that may be some tine away. Near the bus station is a statue of the nations first Prime Minister and national hero Sir Vere Cornwall Bird who oversaw the independence from UK sovereignty. From up to 30 feet away it looks like its made from paper mache and will wash away but luckily it is a sound construction. I decided ...