Green Roof Inn
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... are just over 100 feet, then the river enters a calm pool about 18 feet deep. The tail out of the pool drops about another 40 feet and into a chasm. No getting out of there. I wanted to try and climb down and then float out, but I have more river sense than that. Common sense took over: swim, then nap, then hike back to town. ...
... just in time. I notice a couple of these house have lots of single color flags flying in front. Later I learn that these are probably Hindu homes. There are some South Asians here in Grenada, but they seem to be blended in with the population, rather than keeping their own distinct culture and religion as in ...
... and gardens charming and unique. In the towns people don't seem to care as much and a lot of the houses look pretty run down. I do find a shop that sells flip flops, which I need. I'm qouted a price and try to negotiate down a bit. The fellow gives me a funny look, "usually the price goes up for white people," He tells ...
... s playing church songs... I try to calculate what a good days hike will be and get at the edge of the village of Concord. I'm excited about today's hike. After my initial bad experience hiking in Trinidad, I think I'm in better condition to soldier on through the day, hiking in the hot sun--as long as I take plenty of breaks and there are interesting things to see along the way. ...
... the sunset is beautiful.
I am writing now from the boat's deck. Finally, after dinner, Ariana taught me how to play backgammon and I like it. I also played with Elena. Having time to play with them is priceless, whether it is in the Caribbean or elsewhere.
Dinner was delicious : the men cooked : fish (red snapper , of course) . They cooked it in papillote. They boiled the conch and made a tomato sauce ...