True Blue Bay Boutique Resort
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My day yesterday ended at about 7:30pm, so it really was a crazy, action-packed day of learning. I was happy to go back to the hotel and relax once it was over.
Today was another early day, with the bus picking us up at 7:30 and bringing us to the SGU Charter House stop. However, instead of precepting on campus, myself and one other Regis student hopped on an SGU bus to precept at Grenada Planned Parenthood. We precepted with one of the ...
Hashing in Grenada has been a nice change of pace. We love the organized hike because they are challenging enough and have the social aspect we enjoy. Grenada has been hosting the Hash Harriers for over 29 years. To participate in the 850th was an honor and a lot of fun. The hash this week was at Westerhall Rum Distillery. The grounds are beautiful and full of fruit trees, old water wheels and giant boiling pots. The views from the top the hill were ...
... Bonaire and Caracao. Oddly, while they’re often referred to as the “ABC’s” the East to West order is actually, Bonaire, Curacao, and Aruba. From Aruba we’ll round the top of Columbia on our way to Cartegena for Christmas.
Columbia? My god- that countries full of drug lords!
A few things to know: In the 1980’s and into the mid-90’s Venezuela was ...
... the Grand Anse beaches. We had one downpour of warm rain, they call it liquid sunshine as it quickly passes and dries leaving you feeling quite refreshed.
I was tempted by the local Larimar jewellery but resisted much to Colin’s relief as most pieces were in the region of 400 to 1,000 dollars.
We returned to the ship to relax and enjoy the sunshine. Colin will have a day to himself tomorrow while I go ashore on a trip that requires too much walking for ...
... you'd have already made a move by now.He smiled and nodded his head towards the stormG: Welcome to beauty of my existence. My camera isn't in my hands, it's in my head. Experience the essence of life that your camera can never capture.I didn't even hear the rest of his sentence, I dove down.Deep, I dove towards the storm. I didn't stop myself. I went through the entire path of the underwater sculptures found in the waters. Took pictures. came up for air. dove ...