Cabier Ocean Lodge
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and quail eggs. It was nice to be able to say goodbye to Fran, and we all signed a journal that we gave to her for her to bring on her upcoming sabbatical to England.
And that about concludes the 2015 trip to Grenada. We catch an early flight back to Miami tomorrow in the morning and will be back to snowy Boston before we know it. This has been one crazy, hectic, but ultimately rewarding and enriching week that I am grateful I got to participate in. Happy ...
... br> Following the hospital tour, we got to visit the Morne Delice factory where spices are grown and spice syrup and sauces are made. Grenada is leading producer of certain spices, including nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon, cloves, and allspice. This is where it's nickname "the Spice Island" comes from. In fact, 20% of the world's nutmeg comes from this tiny island. Additionally, herbal medicine is still a big role in the healthcare for Grenadian citizens, so being able to tour ...
8 hrs, 6 kms
Next morning I get into another long conversation with Kim and Lylette. They both give me some good advice on some major decisions I've got ahead, so it's definitely time well spent.
Finally it's time to head out. This time I invite Alex with me to go check out Concord Waterfall. It's just a couple of kilometers off the main road, so I figure it's a hike she'll enjoy. ...
2 hrs, 3 kms The walking is actually quite pleasant, with little gems all along the way, tiny colorful houses surrounded by beautiful gardens. Even if people are of limited means, they still like to make their homes charming and unique. Then, on an empty stretch of road, I spot something through the trees: an untouched, isolated beach, with clean, smooth black sand and boulders and trees enclosing it at both ends. ...
... was a push to make Grenada more industrialized and self-sufficient, providing jobs for its citizens.
Meanwhile, the US was getting nervous because an airport was being built with the help of Cuba, with an airstrip long enough for large bombers.
Then, in 1983, there was a dispute with some high military officers and Maurice was arrested and then assassinated. (Some people suspect America's involvement in this). Within days the US invaded and a new ...