The Flamboyant Hotel & Villas
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- Swimming pool
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With more sun filled days of showing Will round the town, markets and shops, we soak up the essence of Caribbean life. We head over in our yacht to Dragon Bay for the day. Guests on board, Wendy and stepson Alex( Silver Slipper). Armed with my new GoPro camera, I was excited to try it out on our trip. In the small bay next to where we are allowed ...
Monday, March 24th
We arrived in St. George's, Grenada at 7 am this morning after traveling passed the Windward Islands of Martinique, St. Lucia and St. Vincent. The high today is supposed to be 82 degrees...yesterday it was (supposedly only 79 and it was HOT)
This is the Spice Island and you may recall that we were on the wait list for the tour of the nutmeg processing place, but are going to the rum distillery/tasting instead. I'm sure it will be ...
... see a comedian, Phil Tag, who was very funny. Doug and Mike decided to sit it out at the International Café because the Theatre was standing room only … packed out completely. Janice managed to find me a seat while Ron and Rosemary had seats.
After the show, we met up with Mike and Doug who had been drinking Dirty Bananas … we eventually parted ways.
YAY - sleep in tomorrow as we dock in Bonaire at noon ...
... would deal with my camera so I kept its usage, unfortunately, to a minimum. Caught the bus, went to the city, had some REAL fruit juice smoothie. and I mean, a blending of ice and actual fruits. None of that juice and powder **** most places in the states get us on to. And it tasted like heaven. Walked around and talked to a few locals before I fell upon it.The Jamaican Patty. I mean...THE Patty. I am not sure what part of the world you as a reader is coming from but ...
This morning we were met with a warm tropical rain shower as we arrived in St. George’s, the capital of Grenada. From the deck of the ship the view of the island shrouded in mist was truly something to behold. Luckily the rain stopped just as we began disembarking for our day’s exploration of the island. As we made our way from the port up to the Grand Etang rainforest ...