Grenada

Published June 3, 2014 by soundquake

So many amazing things all around #grenada

The Shine Times

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Blooming trees

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Driving through Grand Anse

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Fresh coconut water 🙂

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Lime trees!

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Those who pass on in Grenada are buried ABOVE ground.

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A casualty of Hurricane Ivan. The country has had a lot of difficulty rebuilding since. Most of the houses on the island have missing walls.

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Curbside stores are a dime a dozen in Grenada – but they have the freshest Rum Punch!

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A Gecko 🙂

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A mona monkey! His name is Jack, and unfortunately he’s kept on a chain. Mona Monkey’s came over from Africa during the slave-trade days, and there are signs all along the island encouraging people not to hunt the monkeys out of fear of extinction. Don’t worry – I slipped him treats!

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I read a great book called “A Carribean Interlude”, a story about a couple who quits their jobs and sail the Carribean, before I went on our honeymoon. In it, the author…

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