Bel Air Plantation Resort
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- Swimming pool
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... not including the other programs there, so the campus is very expansive. There is housing near the Grand Anse Beach where we are staying where many of the students live. There is also network of buses that goes all around the island to bring students places, including clinical placements. Most people on Grenada do not have cars, and instead take the bus, a taxi, use a scooter or walk.
In the afternoon we had a chance to tour St. George's General Hospital, ...
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 ...
... we use it for all sorts of things. Here, during mango season, it's a driving hazard because there are so many on the roads." It suddenly strikes me how little countries are mini-models of our planet, and the problems I see in Grenada can also be seen in this planet on a much larger scale. Just like Easter Island gives a stark image of what happens when natural resources are depleted, Grenada is an example of what happens when a country underuses ...
... 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 ...
... houses. Then there's a strip of mid-size warehouses and wholesale stores--no real serious industry though... It gets me thinking of how cumbersome it must be in an island country like this which pretty much everything has to be imported by air and sea. There's a roadside eatery that has a line of people. I figure it's a good place to grab some breakfast, and order a sandwich and a peanut smoothie--which actually ...