Bel Air Plantation Resort
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Staying put in pretty much one place is very routine making. The aqua fit classes, shopping, Saturday fish and meat markets, all makes the weeks go by. That besides, there's the maintenance jobs on the boat, something always needs fixing! cleaning and washing. The dinghy rib tube had split and needed repair. It meant hoisting on deck, letting tubes down to get floor out, cleaning and acetoning before finding the hole , then glueing and leaving 2 days, not a ...
... to say, I’m quite elated now about the bargain I secured for my flights, so really…my Fuss Budget is now at ZERO!! You know, it never rains, but it pours. Two days ago I got word that our flight to Vegas at Christmas time had dropped in price so we had to beeline down to the internet café that day to book those flights. We holiday planners never have a day off! But I don’t mind…cause you all know how much I LOVE a ...
... Dr. McGill grew up in New York and attended SGU for medical school. She practiced in New York for some time before relocating to Grenada permanently. She currently cares for all of the pregnant women who are attending SGU, or any of the pregnant spouses of SGU students, as well as many other female students who are not pregnant and are just in for routine care and follow-ups. Dr. McGill performs very thorough patient assessments, and I have been able to learn so much from her ...
3 hrs, 3.7 kms Day totals: 16 hrs, 17.7 kms There's a festival in the cricket field for children, with music blaring... there's energy and movement around and a cheery atmoshere. Here the towns start to blur into each other--but in Fontenoy, I do find a brightly painted benches in the shade facing the sea. I've got to make it quick, as public transportation ends early here in Grenada. I also encounter another problem: Since the vans don't ...
... start making good money, government officials will come along and bleed you dry" I think back to that fateful American invasion when we came and made sure Grenada got a "democratic" and "capitalist" government. Although I don't think it would be fair to blame all Grenada's problems on the United States, I"m becoming very suspicious that whatever we did, did not in fact make this country better that what it would be if allowed to figure out its way on its ...