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Five Family Friendly things to do in Grenada

We know the Caribbean is viewed as a very sexy destination for the young and fabulous (or at least we like to think of ourselves and young, sexy and fabulous). With multigenerational travel trending more and more we thought we would shed some light on some of the ways...

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Guest Blog Post: Rediscovering Scuba with Aquanauts Grenada

REDISCOVERING SCUBA DIVING - A HEALING JOURNEY by Grenada Soul Adventurer I  first discovered the all consuming bliss of floating under the sea, only hearing the sound of bubbles and observing colourful and interesting aquatic life, the summer after I turned 16. That...

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What kind of Mas did you play? Spice Mas Photo Diary

Another Spicemas has come and gone and many of us can still hear the clank clank and toot toot of the rhythm section in our dreams. You may be back at the office or on the constructions sight or at court or on a plane (because you know everyone plays carnival) but you...

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How to take that Vacation Relaxation Back Home

Don't you just love how amazing you feel on vacation? Especially when you stay at a resort and all the little caring and special details just fall into place. At True Blue Bay Boutique Resort we take great pride in making your stay as pleasurable as possible. We want...

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This is My Treat

A conversation with repeat guest, Heidi Roberts, from the blog Kitchen Talk Heidi Roberts first came to stay with us during the 2nd annual Grenada Chocolate Fest as part of a UK Press Group that was covering the...

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Do it like a Grenadian: 5 Ways to Celebrate Easter

We return with a new  “Do it like a Grenadian” blog post. Easter is celebrated all around our fascinating globe in different ways. In Grenada this time of year does not revolve around easter bunnies and colorful eggs as it is often portrayed in the western world. We...

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Grenada: The Most Literate Island in the Caribbean

On Monday 20th February  the children of the Vendomme Primary School filed into their auditorium -fingers on lips-a reminder that they needed to remain silent and listen attentively to the exciting news that was about to be shared that morning (a very tall order for...

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