- Continental Breakfast
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... bit cloudy. The second location to snorkel was Flamingo Bay, which is located in a marine protected area. This area is known for it's vibrant marine life, complete with colorful fish and coral. After snorkeling, we were able to ride on the boat to another harbor, which was really beautiful from the water.
Later in the afternoon, Hannah and I went to visit Sammy the kitten. Although his eye was not looking so great, he was much more lively than yesterday and was ...
... doctors that deliver babies, the nurses all laughed at the idea.
... hasn't developed too much for tourism--otherwise this swamp would be cleared and turned into a beach more suitable for tourists. But these swamps are important for wildlife--and they protect the coast from erosion. Hopefully it will stay this way.
Unable to find another way through the swamp, I backtrack to the "wavegate" and wait for my chance to cross
2 hrs, 3 kms I reach my first full size town, Gouyave. I was hoping to get some lunch here, but it looks like most restaurants are closed for Sunday, so I just have to settle for some packaged snacks for now. I head up a side street as the service is letting out at the ...
... The American Invasion
Upstairs it gets a little more personal. There's a photo display of the things that led up to the American invasion of Grenada in 1983--the first American that I have vague memories of. In the American media I remember it was presented as a quick and clean operation meant to halt the spread of the Evil Soviet-Cuban Empire. We came in, quickly toppled those in power... people more to our liking were put in power, and everything turned out ...