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... our bus, and we're standing there with about 6 other people. The other 35, or so people were trying to get on another bus, on a completely different tour. Stupid sheep, all of them. Anyway, today was a tour around the island of Grenada. We stopped at forts, waterfalls, beaches, and every tree that was growing some sort of spice. People on our bus were actually friendly, and seemed to have a clue. As I said, that was disappointing. However, Grenada is a beautiful island. Poor, ...
... minutes later, at last we were going to the port … or so I thought. Nope, the driver pulled off and took us to a craft market. He said we could stay in the van if we didn’t want to get out. Surprise surprise no one made a move so he had no choice but to take us back to the port. Thank God !!!!
Back at the port, we walked through the cruise terminal after asking a guide in the mall if there was a place that sold ...
... beach chairs from a fellow further down the beach for $5 each. There was a little bit of wave to the ocean but was mostly calm. The breeze was nice but at times so strong, we had sand blown in our faces. There was plenty of shade to sit under, however, a huge nut fell out of the tree and hit me on the upper arm, so hard it stung. I thought Donald hit me! He didn't believe me it was a nut, ...
Coming out the airport in St.George, the city of Grenada, one of the first things I learned was...that it was Carnival Season.AAAALLLLLLRIIIIIIGGHHTTT!!!!I had 48 hours on this island in the Caribbean and it happened to be during their annual carnival? Nothing felt better.Napping two hours at the resort I was staying at was one of the least productive naps ever. I mean, I could **********tain my excitement. So I simply woke up and head out the beach...when I say head out, ...
... two lane street we could see a large vendors market. As we walked down the hill dodging pedestrians and automobiles, we could see that the market was a large collection of small huts and sun shades that were full not only of tourist items but home grown food brought to the market by small local farmers. True to its name as the Spice Island there were numerous stands offering fragrant spices of many kinds. The spices came in many forms from necklaces to ...