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

      For those who know Ozzie Mike(Drina)

      A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Apr 25, 2014

      3 photos

      ... Drina is preparing for the North West Passage challenge - .. . What do they expect? This was something that Michael has obviously given a great deal of thought. 'We expect the NW passage to be quite a bit different to Patagonia which is huge glaciers and mountains,' he told me. 'Whilst the Patagonian channels experiences some incredible winds we expect the NW passage to be more calm but of course more ice, and expect to do a lot of motoring to get through. 'As far as the ...

      Day 120 - Shades of blue / Tons de blau

      A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Dec 15, 2013

      10 comments, 10 photos

      ... We stay on board playing and watching a movie. There are quite a lot of sailboats around us, most of them with the French flag. Our catamaran is 47 feet and we find it the perfect size for us: this way, we do not find each other constantly. The skipper is a reserved person and he leaves us all the space we need. Also, he only eats once a day!

      John is now here at the cockpit, reading about that type of toxic algae ...

      Beautiful Bequia

      A travel blog entry by halcyon_daves on Jun 27, 2013

      3 photos

      ... tiny island just off the south coast of st Vincent. It'll take around five minutes to get there by boat I imagine. Pretty cool. As an aside, we've come across a few cockroaches in the apartment this week - not ideal. When we caught one with an empty bowl, I speculated how long it would take for it to starve. Gav was quick to inform me (he loves wifi that boy) that a cockroach can survive 6 weeks without food. There's another interesting fact for ...

      Slowly North in the Grenadines

      A travel blog entry by philmillard on Jan 09, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... occasional showers- snorkeling, good beer and rum punch even better

      7/1 ditto

      8/1 we decided to hire bikes for the day and explore the island, - very hilly and very green, we first went to the top of the island to the turtle sanctuary where they riase the young hawksbill turtles and release the adults several years later when the are safer from predators. We then cycled back to Port Elizabeth for lunch (a massive beautiful Roti)

      and ...

      I may move to Mustique

      A travel blog entry by jojotravels on Apr 05, 2012

      4 comments, 59 photos

      ... to imagine the life of a poor deck hand in the early days of our sea faring nation. Breakfast was served in style, followed by cocktails and champagne on arrival. Mustique was fabulous – we took a tour by car around the island, had a Hello! kind of moment with Eddy our driver pointing out who lived where, and saw a plane take off on the rather cute and tiny airport runway. A spell on Macaroni beach afforded a great people watching experience as the crew of ...