Maca Bana

Magazine Beach, St. George's, St. George, Grenada | 4 star hotel
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St. George, Grenada

A travel blog entry by calsanders

3

... shop was closed and so we couldn't buy any of the local hooch.
We had dinner with 2 members of the Moorings yacht club and two old ladies one from California and one from Albuquerque and discussed the pros and cons of various TV series (mostly US - but apparently Doc Martin is very popular amongst the oldies there)
The evening finished off with a Grenadan steel band and everyone was up dancing to the tinklings of Abba. I resisted until "persuaded" by the young Swedish crew members!
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Grenada the spice country

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske

12

... and fruits. We got to see the nutmeg on the trees, the cocoa fruit, the mangos, bananas, bread nuts, etc. etc. Quite interesting. The houses on the island seem better than the normal residences in Dominica. The island is very green, but not as colorful as Dominica, at least not in the parts we saw. The temperature up the mountains in the rain forest is a lot cooler than in town by the ocean. The country ...

The Spice Island - Grenada

A travel blog entry by ireneandchris

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20

... we have been happy to leave Cuttyhunk on anchor while we have gone exploring. It would be an easy place to settle here and live.

We booked a tour of the island with a character called The Shade Man and set off in the company of 6 other Kiwis and 3 Brits to learn about the Island. We learnt about Nutmeg, Grenada supplies a third of the worlds needs for nutmeg. We visited a cocoa factory and learnt all about the cocoa bean, we swam in fresh water ...

Week 2

A travel blog entry by easygeeze

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5

... otherwise he'd have been a goner; he'd obviously hadn't seen or had forgotten the drop. He picked himself up by which time his wife and a lot of locals had come running to his aid, miraculously he didn't draw blood, it was a wonder he didn't smash his nose and teeth, although I suspect if nothing was broken he'll look an awful sight in the morning.

Friday 27/01/12 at sea 24c Hot but overcast with a few showers, forecasted for an increased sea swell with increasing ...

St Georges, Grenada

A travel blog entry by danharriet

27

... only way into town was over the hill. So up the steep steps, we started with our early morning vigor and enthusiasm. We have walked over steeper hills and this one should be no problem. And it wasn’t to difficult. Yes, we were breathing heavier at the top, but never did we believe the destination was not worth the journey. From the top of the hill we could see the old port of St. George (Carenge) with the fishing fleet back from its early morning ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Magazine Beach, St. George's, is near Underwater Sculptures, Sandy Island, Tyrell Bay, and Carriacou Museum.
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