The Pea Patch Estate

Address: Port Elizabeth, Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Caribbean | Villa
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This villa, located in Port Elizabeth, is near Dive Bequia, Wallilabou, Mopion, and Bat Cave.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth

    1954 Lunch and a Swim in the Bay

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 10, 2015

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    1 hr, 6 kms Down the mountain again is another bay--but there's no village here, just a couple of restaurants and showers catering to the yachties docked in this secluded spot. Figure this will be a good place for lunch and I ask what's on the menu. "We don't prepare the food until someone orders it" I'm told "It'll take about 45 minutes" I figure after climbing up and down these mountains in the grueling heat, I ...

    1939 The Vincentian from Pennsylvania

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 07, 2015

    6 photos

    ... I wanted to be a part of that adventure." He points to the new airport being built, just a stones throw away. "This airport is going to bring huge changes to this country... That's why I decided to move back here with my family"

    I'm inspired by his enthusiasm. Definitely a "glass half full" kind of guy--seeing the things that this country is missing a as an opportunities rather than a depressing obstacle. "So what are some of ...

    The Cay to the Caribben

    A travel blog entry by skdude on Jun 09, 2014

    ... to pull into the safety of the reef. He was followed shortly by the park rangers who for all we knew could have been anyone collecting money to buy their next meal. However as we knew there was a park fee, we paid and they were on their way. For an additional fee you could have your rubbish taken away. In this national marine park no sewage or rubbish is meant to be deposited in the ocean. By and large this rule is adhered to very well and as a ...

    Tobago Cays

    A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 08, 2014

    2 photos

    ... yachts and catamarans moored nearby, it must be popular as the sand is very white and clean it being a park. We took some underwater Go Pro which was not wonderful as Ian had the angle of the camera not quite right and the turtle kept swimming off camera. I can see there will need to be some serious editing when we get home.
    When we got back to the boat we headed ...

    Day 118/119 Tortugues marines / Hawksbill turtle

    A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Dec 14, 2013

    19 photos

    ... that stick their head out.

    Near the shore, the water is so stirred up that it is quite scary to swim there. You can’t really see anything. But, the deeper you go, the visibility improves and we start spotting the many turtles around us. Elena and Ariana are really brave and are swimming hard and fast. Ariana even pulls me to point out the turtles. Elena and John are really close to one! We ...