La Sagesse Hotel, Restaurant & Beach Bar

Address: La Sagesse Beach, St. David, Grenada | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on La Sagesse Beach, St. David, is near Grenada Seafaris and Annandale Falls.
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    Travel Blogs from St. David

    Day 2 in Grenada: Educational Touring

    A travel blog entry by michbiz on Mar 16, 2015

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    Today was a very informative day on the island, as we spent the day attending a round-table lecture followed by a tour of SGU, the General Hospital, and finally the Morne Delice factory and spice gardens.

    We started out at SGU where we had a round-table discussion lecture to introduce us to Grenada, as a country and a culture. We also got to learn a bit about the healthcare system here. Jennifer Solomon, one of the faculty at SGU answered many of our questions, ...

    1928 The Other Grenada

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 04, 2015

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    ... respect to the Arawak carvings... take a stroll through the cocoa plantation (for the first time, actually!) where there's a jungle pool tucked away, and a ornately shaped metal bridge, a relic of a bygone era...

    And with that, I finally bid my kind hosts farewell, and get on a van to St Georges. Here I realize I really can't leave this island without at least visiting its most famous tourist attraction: the white sand Grand Anse ...

    1919 The Marshes

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 02, 2015

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    ... hasn't developed too much for tourism--otherwise this swamp would be cleared and turned into a beach more suitable for tourists. But these swamps are important for wildlife--and they protect the coast from erosion. Hopefully it will stay this way.
    Unable to find another way through the swamp, I backtrack to the "wavegate" and wait for my chance to cross

    1912 My First Beach Discovery

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 01, 2015

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    2 hrs, 3 kms The walking is actually quite pleasant, with little gems all along the way, tiny colorful houses surrounded by beautiful gardens. Even if people are of limited means, they still like to make their homes charming and unique. Then, on an empty stretch of road, I spot something through the trees: an untouched, isolated beach, with clean, smooth black sand and boulders and trees enclosing it at both ends. ...

    1909. The Musician-Painter

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 31, 2015

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    ... br> I'm inspired by the encounter--and the realization that just because an artist lives on a small island country, doesn't mean he can't develop his art, be original, have a broad spectrum of styles... and share his art with the world. Thanks to the internet, everybody in the world can see (and buy!) some of Freddy Paul's creations
    I continue on my way, up to check up the castle, at least from the outside. Nothing really ...