Blue Horizons Garden Resort
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... dragging chains behind them. Some were splattered in green and red paint, even beards and hair, making what looked like an oil slick as they processioned along the streets. Tuesday was largely given over to a super parade of all the bands along the Carenage, the St George’s waterfront, they call these Pretty Mas bands. The colours and themes, the excitement and atmosphere was electric. The different bands all showed their choreographed routine in front of the judges ...
... butter, bananas, honey and ziplock baggies to make pb/banana rollups for the mornings and for quick lunches on the go. This has saved us from starving a few times! The market is not open on Sunday, however,
... the retired yachties and the cruise ship passengers. Typically neither of these groups of people really do much serious exploring or getting to know the culture. It seems it's shame that their only impression of Grenada might be this rather grimy street--which I don't think really does this country justice. In the shopping area there's a crowd of cruise ship passengers crowding around a free wi-fi spot--clearly in no rush to get out and explore the island at all...
... include movie nights, chess, volley ball, dominoes, and game nights for the kids. For adults there are yoga, tai chi, local tours, ladies nights, pot lucks and endless sport activities. On Tuesday Maya and I went to a cooking class were they filled our tummy with coconut cornbread, fried breadfruit, fried fish with gravy and local spinach. The food was delicious and we will be attending class again next week.
... bemuse!! The Carenage is reminiscent of Poole Quay in its size,shape and as a fishing port. Metal tubs for fishing boats, little hand built ones for local fishing, water taxis,busy stalls selling mangoes, Conch Shells and fresh produce sing out a song of life. A variety of quaint shops and colourful bars. The Best Little Liquor Store being one shop we visited later,as we heard they sold duty free wine, of which I've sorely missed! We found a great ...