Heron'S Flight Villa

Address: Arawak Hill, Westerhall Point, St. David, Grenada | Villa
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This villa, located on Arawak Hill, Westerhall Point, St. David, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Arrived in the Capital!

    A travel blog entry by lawsy on Jul 28, 2015

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    ... s equivalent to Wembley where both football and rugby are played. We managed to bag ourself a free tour with one of the guys there who took us inside the 38,000 seater stadium. We got ourselves some pictures and then went off to mooch around the City before it got dark. Free dinner was available at the hostel this evening so we had our beef lasagne then went out to meet a few of the others from the bus for a drink. Bit of walking planned for tomorrow so got an early night ...

    Queenstown's little brother

    A travel blog entry by matt-lewis on Jul 25, 2015

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    From what I saw of Wanaka in a short time it warranted a longer visit. It had a nice vibe. It's not big but there the shops seemed pretty good, there's decent choice for food and some cool places to drink. There's also a great big lake with mountain backdrops. I can't say more than that really. I was a bit premature to think the cold was on its way out yesterday, so it was just pizza and early ...

    New Zealand's Greatest Views

    A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Jun 03, 2015

    5 photos

    ... hiking in the mountains or taking a road trip around the island.

    Wherever you go during your holiday in New Zealand you will find a feast for the eyes, but the above views are amongst those that are truly hard to beat. So if you appreciate natural beauty in all its guises then head to New Zealand for a treat for the eyes and for all the senses.

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    Windy, Wet Welly

    A travel blog entry by dave.lau.travel on May 14, 2015

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    ... would be a frustrating ride. The drive took us back along the now familiar route to Kaikoura (this was the 3rd time we had driven it) and in less than 2 hours in the driver managed to break the arm off his glasses. We stopped to make a phone call in which he spent 10 minutes explaining to the office what had happened and that he was ok but it might make him late. It wouldn't have made him late if we hadn't have stopped for the phone call, or at Cheviot for 15 minutes while he ...


    A travel blog entry by mgibbs on Apr 28, 2015

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    ... thousands of kilo fish they are there solely to give kids a fishing exoerience. They must be 15 or younger and when they catch a fish they are shown how to fillet/clean them and then they are smoked for them immediately. Interestingly no fish are ever returned to the pond because of the risk of contamination. This was not a stocking hatchery but it was built on a creek and we saw many trout, some very large, in the ...