Point Salines Hotel

Point Salines, St. George's, St. George, Grenada | 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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... seek refuge in the calmer waters of Sandy Island, a small uninhabited island. We go to the island with the kayak so we can go snorkelling. It is known to have schools of fish right at the shore. We had never seen so many fish together! You have to swim through them and it is a bit of a strange feeling. It is like thick water. The fish wave never ends. There are times when the fish ...

Grenada for Christmas

A travel blog entry by philmillard

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... there were also rays and many fish, but the best snorkel was on the outer reef, which is definitely the best snorkeling I have done, hundreds of species of fish of every colour, shape and type. We plan to go back on the way back North.
20/12 we headed south for Union Island and moored in Clifton Bay, a lively little town and we had a pleasant meal ashore and explored the bars in our eternal quest (what I do in the name of science)
21/12 we decided to stay an extra ...

St Georges, Grenada

A travel blog entry by danharriet

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Grenada was sighted by Christopher Columbus on his third voyage to the New World in 1498. But it wasn't until 1650 that the first European settlement was established by the French. The island passed between French and British hands until the Treaty of Versailles in 1783, when the island was officially given to England. Grenada remained in British control until 1974 when the three-island nation of Grenada, Carriaoou and Petite Martinique gained independence, ...

St. George's, Grenada

A travel blog entry by globetrotters

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... br> After our history lesson and a bird’s eye view of St. George’s, we ventured down the hill and into town to explore more. We happened upon Carenage Harbor, a small fishing area with shops and restaurants. It’s a place where both locals and visitors hang out. We met a few women selling spices and two little boys who were finishing up their day of fishing. The people there were very nice. They all tried to guess where we were from. I ...

What were we thinking?

A travel blog entry by fair

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... you were watching and could get a photo/video of the dive.

By the end of our 4-hour ride, we were all thinking about tomorrow's 6.5 hour bus ride and dreading it. What were we thinking when we booked so many bus tours? Even the aerial tram included a 2 hour bus ride! We did some checking and it was too late for a refund and there weren't any other tours that seemed better, so we ...

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This hotel, located on Point Salines, St. George's, is near Underwater Sculptures, Sandy Island, Tyrell Bay, and Carriacou Museum.
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