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... on along the route. The masqueraders ranged from toddlers to great-grandparents, all shapes and sizes. Each band acted out a chosen theme through costumes and dance, from a lascivious fantasy, kings and queens, to depictions of island foods and cocktail drinks. I was told the participants had spent months getting ready for this event, involving the whole community in the making of the costumes, which then had to be bought by the individual and was not cheap. Following this ...
Today was a very informative day on the island, as we spent the day attending a round-table lecture followed by a tour of SGU, the General Hospital, and finally the Morne Delice factory and spice gardens.
We started out at SGU where we had a round-table discussion lecture to introduce us to Grenada, as a country and a culture. We also got to learn a bit about the healthcare system here. Jennifer Solomon, one of the faculty at SGU answered many of our questions, ...
... one of the steep streets to a church at the top. This church has a cheery, pastel painted interior--unlike the typical gloomy European churches--and a great view out to the fishing boat harbour to the east and the ocean on the west, with the hulking cruise ship towering over the tiny town center...
On down another alley, I spot a sign that says "art gallery" and decide to check it out. Inside a friendly fellow, Freddy Paul is in the middle of doing a painting--but ...
... and a friend did a moonlight "hash" where they showed up at a specified location and are given a sheet of paper with clues about the trail. They can either walk or run the 2-7 mile trail followed by beers and a BBQ. The length differs each week and at different locations or even islands. The participants are mostly medical students from Ross University, locals and about 15 percent are cruisers. David informed me that if anyone showed ...
... blanc for £3 which was put in the fridge to chill.... Fast! The last many islands, if you found wine, were as little as £15 and then much more!!! Missing Asda Price!! A cold pint in the Nutmeg Bar after a consultation in the Docs. The Food fayre supermarket, with the loco Rasta, who took a shine to us and made our shop an interesting one! All these folk who want to talk and all have a relative somewhere in Britain or love boats and yachts and all add ...