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... move on from St George to True Blue Bay, total contrast, peace and tranquility. There onto Prickly Bay. All these bays are accessible by road and the No 1 bus taking you to town and the shopping Mall for 5EC for two. They are an experience all of their own!! The locals get their licence and display 1 in the corner, they are Toyota people carriers! With added fold down seats! Thinking the back seat has more room, we made our way through with bags! Great till ...
... our favourite sea sickness medicine puts us three to sleep but John tried another type of drug and he had a pretty bad time. He was sick for two hours. A tough day 1. We spent the first 6 hours on the deck to have a bit of fresh air. Going into the cabin would be terrible, if you understand what I mean.
When we finally reach Carricou (which is part of the same country as ...
... the top of the hill and looked over to the Tobago Cays – a stunning view (see pic) and also walked to the north end of the island and Salt Whistle Bay – also stunning, we plan to anchor there on the way back
19/12 we motored the 4 miles around to the world renowned Tobago Cays and picked up a mooring in front of the turtle beach on Baradal island, and snorkeled all day, one trip just swimming with turtles all around ( as many as 8 in sight at one time in the ...
... effect of the 2004 hurricane which lasted for over 10 hrs and demolished 80% of the housing and infrastructure along with the most of the plantations. Despite the lapse of time you could clearly see some areas which still haven't been returned to normal and as some of the plantations crops take 8 years to reach maturity its only now that things are returning to anything like normal.
The Falls were in very nice surroundings but good rather than spectacular. As ...
... all the Caribbean islands he visited, Grenada probably best met Columbus’ original goal -- to open a source of spices to Europe by sailing west instead of east.
If Columbus and his crew didn’t take all of the spices off the island, the Globtetrotters were certainly planning to get our hands on some. On our way to the elevator to disembark for our day in St. George’s, a woman approached us and said, “Hey, you’re ...
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