La Sagesse Hotel, Restaurant & Beach Bar
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After spending the rest of yesterday hanging out by the pool, we got to also take today off and enjoy a free day. This morning, Hannah, Vanessa, Dyanna, and I signed up for a snorkel trip to bring us to the Grenada Underwater Sculpture Park and Flamingo Bay. We used Native Spirit Scuba, which was right next to our hotel. The trip was wonderful, the boat crew were very friendly, and I highly recommend it. If you are SCUBA certified, you can elect to scuba instead.
... of one room with three chairs
- On the units, there were generally 6-8 beds to one large room, although in a couple of the rooms there were even more than that.
- As mentioned previously, pain medication is not routinely used, even with the patients who were recovering from orthopedic ...
2 hrs, 4 kms
The next bay definitely begs to be explored more thoroughly. At first it looks just like a regular beach with a forest behind it, but on closer look you can see its a mangrove swamp separated from the sea by a stretch of sand.
There's a spot where waves wash over the sand into the swamp, so you have to time it right and run over when the ...
... cultivated with utmost care and passed on from one generation to the next. Here, not only is the land watered, but the fruit is already there--but the country is lacking the organization to harvest and export much of their produce. "But what about the Grenadians living abroad--why don't their reinvest their money back in their country, setting up juice factories and canneries?" "The government makes it very difficult for development projects... And ...
... 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 http://www.freddysartgallery.com/
I continue on my way, up to check up the castle, at least from the outside. Nothing really ...