The Pea Patch Estate

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

Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth

Day 118/119 Tortugues marines / Hawksbill turtle

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... al lloc on ens sembla que hi ha més tortugues i estem molt de sort perquè venen molt a prop del vaixell: surten a respirar tres vegades abans de tornar a submergir-se al fons a menjar esponges i algues. També mengen meduses i viuen sobretot en llocs on hi ha corall. Poden viure fins a 50 anys. Jo que em pensava que les tortugues vivien més. Deuen ser les de terra les que viuen tants anys. Es veu que fa molts ...

Beautiful Bequia

A travel blog entry by halcyon_daves


... 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 ...

Hanging out in Bequia

A travel blog entry by larzonia

... rest of the evening was some folks hitting up the local clubs til 3am or the lazier ones like myself watched Meet the Parents. Erik brought a projector and 100 inch screen! And so now, after a lazy morning with some provisioning and swimming, we're about to set sail for Petit Nevis (little mole). There's basically nothing on the island but beaches and nature, should be a good get away! Hope this finds you as well as I! Enjoy your day and be good! - ...

Slowly North in the Grenadines

A travel blog entry by philmillard


... 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)

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Just Stunning

A travel blog entry by sv.equinox


The Tobago Cays are a group of small, deserted islands, protected from the sea by Horseshoe Reef. The water and reef colours are a kaleidoscope of gold, brown, blue, turquoise, and green. There are small sandy beaches and clear clear clear water. On cloudless nights, the stars are cast across the sky. Even squalls can be dramatically beautiful as you can see them approaching from afar.

Local boat vendors ply the ...


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