Maca Bana

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

Day 117 - Caribbean colours / Colors caribenys

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot

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... que anem a la seva parada. Ens agrada molt com tenen les cases pintades de molts colors i molt vius. Un dels menjars típics d'aquí són els "conchs", una espècie de cargola de mar gegantina que té una pinça molt gran. Quan les petxines són buides, les fan servir per construir murs. Fins i tot hi ha un bar fet a sobre una illa feta de conchs: a veure si surt bé a les fotos.

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Grenada and good friends

A travel blog entry by blakes

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... back to the dock and we walk back to the ship, our home away from home. Randy and I go to our cabin to clean up after our day of sand and salt water. We want to be up on the pool deck when we pull out of, port. It's been a wonderful, sun filled day. We have drinks, dinner, play trivia. We now have the maximum amount allowed on our trivia team which is 9. We have named our team "Muster Stataion B", which ...

Grenada for Christmas

A travel blog entry by philmillard

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... has a small bird that lives in the bar and drinks all the bottle tops (see pic) his favourites are the sweet drink, Amouretti, campari, grenadine etc
16/12 We decided to stay for an extra day and motored into town and had a pleasant meal and a walk. In the afternoon I walked over to the windward side of the island. Every garden has its own mango, banana, lemon, lime and coconut trees and others but just out of reach
17/12 We sailed the 21 miles over to the island ...

St. George's, Grenada

A travel blog entry by globetrotters

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... all the Caribbean islands he visited, Grenada probably best met Columbus’ original goal -- to open a source of spices to Europe by sailing west instead of east.


If Columbus and his crew didn’t take all of the spices off the island, the Globtetrotters were certainly planning to get our hands on some. On our way to the elevator to disembark for our day in St. George’s, a woman approached us and said, “Hey, you’re ...

What were we thinking?

A travel blog entry by fair

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The spice isle. Today's bus tour went to an old nutmeg plantation, across the island via the agricultural road to a crater lake and then on to an old fort.

We weren't paying attention when the bus was getting ready to load and the four of us had to sit in the back row seat. It was snug. The driver, Cuthbert, aka "Flintstone" was great - very knowledgeable and shared a lot about what ...

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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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