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Jerry departed to head back to Minnesota. Short sail around to St. George's where we will anchor for the night. The color and clarity of the water is amazing. Dingy ride into port to go grocery shopping to provision the boat for the next 7 days. Picked up some beer and wine just in case I get thirsty. Another day bathing in the ocean, and without need for a shirt except the 1 hour in the grocery store. Afternoon spent reading and hanging out with the new ...
Every bit of land cultivated the locals grow cocoa, bread fruit, papaya, guava, plantains, tiny bananas called figs, cinnamon, cloves, pineapples.
The kids all wear school uniform like in Australia
We went to a mini water fall area called Concord Falls where locals were diving in from the top for tips, just like a poor mans Acapulco. We were given run punch and offered tastings of spiced rum, nutmeg jelly and jam.
Unfortunately when we got back to the port the ...
... There was a long queue and for something - perhaps soft drinks or additives to the tot of rum and the line up for rum - I was confused if we had to pay (I saw money exchange hands) but there was a crush at the table. That was the last straw. I walked up towards the van and asked when we were heading back to the port. He said “do you want to go?” I told him I had had enough.
When all were back on board - perhaps 15 ...
... the 4 of us $100 together and we gave them $20 tips. We did not bother to pay the $2 each to walk to the edge of the waterfall, as it did not seem that impressive. We stopped at various spots to take some photos and to purchase the spice necklaces, etc.
Grenada is the spice island, so we bought a bunch of spices – nutmeg, vanilla beans, some spice necklaces, etc. The guide showed us the ...
The island of Carriacou is part of Grenada and we had fun exploring it by local bus, meeting some colourful local characters. We only stayed three days and we were keen to get down to Grenada and to stop for a while.
"Balvenie" suggested as we were both leaving Tyrell Bay at the same time that maybe we should "race" the 40 miles to Grenada, with a bottle of rum for line honours................well what could we say!!! If you look REALLY closely at ...