Bogles Round House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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3 hrs, 2 kms I reach the border of St Mark's parish--parishes are like the provinces of Grenada, all with generic British names. Unlike in the U.S., the Caribbean countries didn't try to name their towns and provinces after the locations of the original inhabitants. There are still a lot of Anglican churches, but now ...
... also has a fascinating life story with a lot of wisdom to share--as well as insights into Caribbean culture. As a practicing Buddhist she's a non-conformist as well. Christianity is deeply entrenched here in the Caribbean, and leaving the Christian faith can cause people to be shunned.
"Growing up I saw how Christian pastors were getting richer and richer by pressuring people to give more and more--people sometime go hungry so they can give money to the church. I simply ...
One of our exploration days included a 45 minute hike in to the Seven Sisters Fall with five other cruiser families. The kids did not complain about the steep and muddy walk, even when it started down pouring. I think it helps to have other kids to keep them occupied. Maya was a Chatty Cathy the entire way! Whew! Good thing we had the falls to cool down and clean up a bit.
On days we ...
It is a very special and fun to be in the middle of the sea on such a small piece of land. We take many picture, let the girls dance and run around the island. When we take the dinghy back to the boat, John flips over and falls into the sea. It makes us all laugh!
More waves, more ...
... fun and our boat went snorkeling and drinking. With no night life here it ended up being an early night for most all. And now today, we sit outside of the Island of Carriacou, which is part of Grenada, meaning we have to clear immigrations and all that. On a boat, you do that by anchoring and raising a yellow quarintine flag. Then the captains of each boat go ashore with all our passports to ...