Point Salines Hotel

Address: Point Salines, St. George's, St. George, Grenada | Hotel
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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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Travel Blogs from St. George's

Days 6-8: Out in the Community and Saving Sammy

A travel blog entry by michbiz on Mar 20, 2015

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... a spot there. We took a tour of the facility and then each took a patient assignment of 2-4 residents to perform annual assessments on. When that was complete, we performed breast exams on the female staff members. Interesting to note:

  • Despite having many of the same chronic conditions as the elderly in the US have (dementia, diabetes, HTN), the residents were on far fewer drugs, usually only 2-3 at the most. Despite this, many of the residents were in their 80's and ...

Day 1 in Grenada: Finally Here!

A travel blog entry by michbiz on Mar 15, 2015

14 photos

... The resort is located right on Grand Anse Beach, one of the prettiest on the island. At most there are two students to a room, which sets up for a comfortable stay. Each room has a small fridge, a coffee maker, and an electric kettle, which will really come in handy on the early mornings.

This morning was one of our two free mornings off for the trip. Hannah and I got up early and made ...

Statues of the Deep

A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Oct 11, 2014

12 photos

... is the Unique Underwater Sculpture Park by Jason Decaires Taylor. It was made famous by National Geographic. The water was a little murky, but I shot lots of video and pictures in the hope of capturing some of the fascination of the underwater world we saw. A small turtle swam under me as a plopped into the water and so started the sortie of the day! ...


A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Mar 24, 2014

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... Now though the plant has a cracker and 150 pounds of nutmegs are loaded into the cracker at a time. When it is running the noise is deafening.

After being cracked they are put into a GIANT circular hopper around which sit numerous women. These women remove the nuts from the shells - put the whole nuts in one sack, broken pieces go into another sack and the shells are put into a third sack. I forget, but they may also be responsible for removing the mantles.


You say Gran A da, I say Gran AR da !!

A travel blog entry by dougo on Mar 24, 2014

2 comments, 45 photos

... minutes later, at last we were going to the port … or so I thought. Nope, the driver pulled off and took us to a craft market. He said we could stay in the van if we didn’t want to get out. Surprise surprise no one made a move so he had no choice but to take us back to the port. Thank God !!!!

Back at the port, we walked through the cruise terminal after asking a guide in the mall if there was a place that sold ...