The Pea Patch Estate

Address: Port Elizabeth, Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Caribbean | Villa
 
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Location

This villa, located in Port Elizabeth, is near Dive Bequia, Wallilabou, Mopion, and Bat Cave.
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      Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth

      Mayreau Enjoy Kid Surfing

      A travel blog entry by skdude on Jun 08, 2014

      1 comment

      ... his fathers legs. Like this they take off up and down the waterfront, even getting a little air at times. Fascinating to watch I am sure that the little boy was having the time of his life.

      Beaching we went for a walk around the deserted resort. Perhaps it was out of season, but the only people here were a couple of vendors, but who they were serving was not clear as there were no resort guests. We ...

      For those who know Ozzie Mike(Drina)

      A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Apr 25, 2014

      3 photos

      ... fifth Australian yacht to complete the transit, and one of only 205 vessels of any sort to transit the Passage at all.' This is not the end of Michael's ambitions though. 'After the North West Passage', he told me, 'I hope to go on to Port Montt in Chile to become the fifth yacht ever to circle the Americas.' Sail-World Cruising wishes you 'Bon Voyage', Michael! For more information about the Blue Planet Odyssey, go to their website: http://www.blueplanetodyssey.com/ by Lee ...

      Day 120 - Shades of blue / Tons de blau

      A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Dec 15, 2013

      10 comments, 10 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Beautiful Bequia

      A travel blog entry by halcyon_daves on Jun 27, 2013

      3 photos

      ... got there in good time. The nine mile crossing took just under an hour and as we set foot on the largest of the Grenadines, I think we were all blown away. Rolling, white sand beaches stretched along the island with only a scattering of exotic trees obscuring the stark beauty of golden, creamy white. Yachts littered the azure blue sea and the stacks of shops, bars and buildings were painted a multitude of colours. It was like looking onto ...

      Slowly North in the Grenadines

      A travel blog entry by philmillard on Jan 09, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... the hog roast were excellent), we left at about 0230 and walked back to the dinghy, unfortunately climbing back onto SB, the dinghy moved away and left me straddled between the two, eventually I fell in, even more unfortunately I had my phone and camera in my pocket, I got onboard, rinsed them both out in fresh water and left them to dry,

      1/1/13 a very lazy day, we hardly moved other than to snorkel and decided a day without booze would be good, although ...