Bequia Walks 6 . . . Moonhole

Tuesday, March 08, 2016
Bequia, Grenadines/St Vincent
Moonhole, located on the western tip of the island, is a privately-owned complex of stone dwellings built in the 1950's by American Tom Johnston. It's not open to the public but can be viewed from the sea. We've passed it many times on boat tours with the Friendship Rose and Michael's Tours.
                    







 









 

This morning we met up with friends at 8 am to walk to Moonhole. It's about 10.5 miles (round trip) to walk to Moonhole. 

 The walk takes us left at the road to Lower Bay and then veer right at the Heineken Bar, continuing on the South Side road, reaching Paget Farm after about 3 miles.

From here we started the remainder of our trek. Another 1.5 miles . . . passing the airport and walking through the Adams Bay development . . . we reach the Moonhole Beach and entrance.  
          








 
It's private property beyond the beach but we were fortunate to be allowed onto the grounds and so continued our walk up to the house at the top.       





































 
 
 


Coming back through Paget Farms, Toko's Step Down Bar is open for a little refreshment :-) before our walk home.  
       
     


















 



 





 
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