Gem Holiday Beach Resort

Address: PO Box 58, St. George's, St. George, Grenada | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on PO Box 58, St. George's, is near Underwater Sculptures, Sandy Island, Tyrell Bay, and Carriacou Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from St. George's

      West. Thar be our heading.

      A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Sep 08, 2014

      4 comments

      After much deliberation and following many discussions with fellow cruisers we have decided to head west from Grenada. We’ll first head north up the windwards, to either Dominca or Martinique. We’d like to make Martinique to experience the truly French islands, but then we’ll turn Coco west towards the Venezuelan islands of Los Roques. After this we’ll do the ...

      You say GrenAda, I say Grenada

      A travel blog entry by jedowdle on Mar 10, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      Do you sat CaRIBbean or do you say CaribBEan? We've heard locals say it both ways. Ship didn't dock until noon. Trivia was held in the morning and we were pretty bad, some of our team didn't come. Grenada isn't as dry as the other islands, there is a volcano. It is known as the spice island. 22 miles by 12 miles big. Calabash, pigeon peas, passion fruit, cashew, papaya, almond trees. Nutmeg. Red stuff is mace. Pod used for jam jelly and syrup. Shell is mulch. Nutmeg is ...

      The storms within that put me at peace

      A travel blog entry by imrannaser on Aug 10, 2013

      ... beating that loudly. I saw the blue, the deep blue see. For miles around me. I looked up and could vaguely make out some of the sun's rays above me as it pierced through the water. I had done it, I had finally done it. I had overcome my fear of drowning and of the deep blue sea. I was down there on the sea bed. HOLY ****.I suddenly realized, I was out of breath. I had 30 feet to go, and I could barely breath. I struggled. I tried reaching out for the top of the ...

      Pilot whales and bruises!!

      A travel blog entry by captain-slog on Mar 15, 2013

      10 photos

      ... above are what remains of the caldera.


      End of geography lesson and moving on to history!

      It seems the island was discovered by that busy boy Chris Columbus in 1498, giving it the name Concepcion. It was gradually renamed Grenada ...

      Rhum Running in Grenada

      A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 12, 2012

      ... and cool.

      Shaun had an interesting way of serving out the punch; he would swim on his front with his face under water and the tray balanced on the back of his head. You couldn't see him in the water; all you could see was a tray of rum punch coming towards you! We helped ourselves and swam around and sang and danced; basically we were having a party in the sea! In fact, the few people who were on the beach when we arrived ...