La Sagesse Hotel, Restaurant & Beach Bar
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... to boats with the candy. We went through three harbors and visited at least 25 boats. I wished for more candy though. I filled an eighth of my regular sized shopping bag. I had one full sized candy bar. Anyhow I had a great time trick or treating and I hope to do it again. ...
... back to frozen fish at the grocery stores back home.
Our 15 year wedding anniversary was on August 28th. David surprised me with a stand up paddle board which I have been wanting for the past two years. I absolutely love it! I like to take it out early in the morning when the water is calm and paddle around the bay. It's been great aqua therapy. The kids also like to take it out for a ride.
... 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 ...
... There were several stalls set up in both semi-permanent spots as well as temporary spots and several locals selling necklaces made from Nutmeg and various spices as well as shells. Speaking of shells, there were some large conch shells for $20 and the large shell with the lovely shiny pink in it for $10 - amazing prices really and a little further on, another seller had the shiny pink ones for $3 – they’d fit in the palm of your hand. Lots ...
Woke up this morning feeling a little bit sad, as Grenada is our last port of call; tomorrow we'd be back in Barbados and flying home later on. So we were determined to make the most of it today :-)
Grenada is only 21 miles long by 12 miles wide and is very scenic with volcanic craters, mountain valleys, waterfalls and lush rainforests, as well as gorgeous white sandy beaches and azure sea. This was our first visit, so we were ...