Bel Air Plantation Resort

Address: St. David's Point, St. David, LB 125, Grenada | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located on St. David's Point, St. David, is near Fort George, Market Square, Fort Frederick, and Grenada National Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from St. David

    Hurricanes and Girlie Days

    A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Aug 29, 2015

    20 photos

    Wendy and I decided to have a few girlie days whilst I was in St. Georges. She shares my name and my birthday, and it was great to catch up since the last time we met up. She's been in Grenada over a year now, so I let her show me some places that I hadn't been to before. We did our aqua fit class before catching the local transport, always an adventure, we took our picnic, snorkel gear and searched for paradise. We found it after descending ...

    Days 3 and 4: Precepting

    A travel blog entry by michbiz on Mar 18, 2015

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    ... This place was terrible in the mornings. They won't make most of their menu and they don't toast their bagels. There is an identical one at the SGU campus, and that one is much better, so skip the close one and go to the one on campus.

  • In the same plaza as Rick's Cafe is a little supermarket. It is a good place to stock up on bottled water, snacks, coffee condiments, beer, wine, and breakfast options. My hotel roommate, Hannah, had the brilliant idea to grab ...

  • 1921 The Arawak Stone Carvings

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 03, 2015

    10 photos

    ... figured my trip would not be complete without getting a glimpse of what little is left of the indigenous culture. I met a couple fo fishermen who were waiting for the surf to calm down. After strumming for a bit (one of them played a cool original reggae tune he'd composed) he took me to see the spiral shaped carvings at the base of a boulder.

    I take a pause and try to imagine what Grenada was like before ...

    1914 Encounter with the Farmer

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 01, 2015

    10 photos

    ... and just gets deeper and deeper into debt with no real long term plan. An outsider can look at this and see how obvious this is a path to a very avoidable disaster. But I guess when you're inside, the problems might feel insurmountable. For me, realizing how much of Grenada's agricultural produce is wasted is particularly shocking after my travels in the deserts of Morocco. For example in the Draa Valley every square meter of watered ground is ...

    1909. The Musician-Painter

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 31, 2015

    38 photos

    ... one of the steep streets to a church at the top. This church has a cheery, pastel painted interior--unlike the typical gloomy European churches--and a great view out to the fishing boat harbour to the east and the ocean on the west, with the hulking cruise ship towering over the tiny town center...
    On down another alley, I spot a sign that says "art gallery" and decide to check it out. Inside a friendly fellow, Freddy Paul is in the middle of doing a painting--but ...