Bel Air Plantation Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Leaving Grenada today for an 8 hour sail to Carriacou. Our 8 hour sail turned into a 12 hour sail due to rough waters. 6 to 12 feet swells made for a rough sail.. 3 of the crew got seasick.. Loved having the helm through the rough waters.. Big ...
... br> We did some moderate provisioning and set off for the island of Carricou, the first major island north of Grenada. We ran up our full mainsail and genoa, turned off the engines, rotated away from the wind and whhoooosh, Coco took off on the perfect beam reach. It is truly magical to be driven by the wind. The breeze freshened and she ran up to 8-9kts. We were to leeward of Grenada, so the seas were just 1-3 ft- smooth, fast...time to turn on the tunes and smile. Onward we ...
We went on a second island tour yesterday and visited the Grenada Chocolate Company, Rivers Rum Distillery, the Grenada Nutmeg Cooperative and Annandale Falls. Joining us were two other kids boats, S/V Perry and S/V Rafiki, so 6 kids, 7 adults.
Nutmeg: Up until 2004 Grenada was the largest producer of Nutmeg ...
... at the bank, marine stores and wholesales stores. Every other day we have boats come around to sell their best fruit and vegetables. Everyone here is extremely nice and helpful. If we have any questions we just use the VHF and put in a general inquiry and someone will respond back immediately. All the cruisers look out for one another and the community is really tight knit. We feel very safe and happy at our anchorage.
... outside to a lean-to type area where there where a couple of large wooden bins filled with fresh cocoa beans and covered in Hessian - and probably banana leaves under the Hessian. These top layers create heat - up to 50 deg we were told - and the importance of that is to create fermentation thus alcohol which seeps through the beans and onto the concrete. This process lasts 7 days.
The next process is to dry the ...