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In June 2011 we went on a two-day sailing trip to the Grenadines,
including the Tobago Cays. We started from St. George`s, Grenada with
the Ferry at 9am to Carriacou (Osprey Express, 160 EC return ticket).
aroung 11am, Brian Fletcher, the skipper, picked us up from the port in
Hillsborough, Carriacou. About a week before we had mede the
arrangements over the phone and two days prior to the trip he called ...
This is an island with over a hundred rum shops and only one gasoline station.
It's not uncommon here to see a pelican sitting on a buoy with a seagull sitting on the pelican's head, both appearing content in the afternoon sun.
The inhabitants live by farming, fishing and must number among the friendliest in the Caribbean.
We have come to the island of Carriacou to see how they build their sloops on the beaches. It is like those commercials where all you do is sit on the beach and watch waves roll in and out. It is so calm and quiet here. At night it is sooooo quiet and dark. Wonderful.
The trip here took 4 days and we had to motor for some of it because the winds were almost non-eistant. I was on the 4-8 watch, took my turns at helm and lookout. Didn't get much ...
... sold their wares on the beach were friendly and did not bother you if you weren't interested. Look for a man selling loofas; I got 5 for $10EC, which is much cheaper than anything at the gift shop. I also bought some great spice gift sets from the lady selling sarongs for $10EC as well. This spot was much more calm and relaxing than the busier areas down at the end.
2. Eat at Boots: This was by far, the best meal I had in Grenada. Boots is ...
... the little boy began to confidently toddle toward the entrance balancing the backpack from one tiny hand held high and the lunch pail from the other tiny hand held high—looking somewhat like he was balancing the scales of justice on what was a somewhat upward climb – could this be symbolizing his future? Meanwhile the co-pilot jumps back on the bus which speeds off. A few rat-a-tat honks signify all is safe to proceed from the school zone and rush ...