Here are some pictures of Grenada from the 1970’s , and more recently. They come to us compliments of Jerry Rogers in the USA. A Big Thank You to Jerry. It will be obvious to you which photos are from the 1970s. Jerry and his family lived on Grenada from 1976 – 1980. He was… Continue reading Some Grenada Pics circa 1970s
If you are in Grenada, you MUST eat at BB’s Crabback Restaurant! It is by far the best food on the Island. The chef/owner, Brian Benjamin (aka “BB”) was born in Grenada and professionally trained in Europe, and the food represents a perfect inter-mingling of the two… Grenadian and European… the best of both worlds.… Continue reading BB’s Crabback Restaurant, A Visitor’s Review
One of my friends picked Ocean Grill Restaurant as a good place to have a few drinks and a bite to eat. It was an excellent choice and we had a great time, as did the many tourist from the cruise ships who were popping in and out of the restaurant. Excellent View and Atmosphere… Continue reading Ocean Grill Restaurant
Here is a short video of the Carenage in St. George’s Grenada’s capital. The lack of steadiness is not a direct result of too many Carib Beers, we were actually on small speed boat.
Cilia from neighboring Trinidad and Tobago wrote Grenada Beaches to ask an interesting question. The question in essence sums up the challenge that many business travelers to Grenada face… How to squeeze in some fun in the sun, and still get your work done? Here’s Cilia’s situation: Like myself, many people I know travel for work… Continue reading How to Squeeze in Some Pleasure on a Grenada Business Trip?
The following is a guest post submitted by Mia: After a morning of much discussion about what would be our first activity in Grenada, we decided to go snorkeling. I’d never thought a non swimmer like myself would be snorkeling in Grenada. We chose Native Spirit Scuba on Grand Anse beach to do our snorkeling.… Continue reading Snorkeling in Grenada
If you measure a party’s success by the number of people that attend then Face Off at Karma Night Club was extremely successful. Here is a short video clip judge for yourself. From all reports I got the Face Off party was great… the DJs were excellent. The major complains were:
Friday Night I hit Club Karma for the Ladies Free Night. I’ve been waiting more than 9 months to make my return to Club Karma. And despite a very rainy Friday evening the night turned out quite well. The house was not packed but the visiting DJ from Toronto had it rocking. I was expecting… Continue reading Club Karma Friday Night Video
Last night I popped into the Creole Shack on the Carenage, and stumble onto a good Karaoke session. Every Friday and Saturday night there’s Karaoke at the Creole Shack, but on this particular night they hosted their annual Karaoke Contest. My intended destination was Club Karma for the Ladies Free Night, but I got there… Continue reading Creole Shack Karaoke
I had heard alot of buzz surrounding Grenada’s Club Karma, and when I first set foot in the Club I finally saw what all the excitement was about. It’s a top of the line Night Club, the best I’ve ever seen in Grenada. My cousin says it reminds her of a Club in South Beach Miami, and… Continue reading Club Karma Grenada, So Far It’s All Good Karma
On your next Grenada Vacation try Sea Port in Lagoon Road, St. George’s. If the food is as good as Amanda from London says it is, then I think we are all in for a delightful treat. Here’s what Amanda said about Sea Port Restaurant: Stewed chicken so good I nearly licked my plate. A… Continue reading Sea Port Eatery
Grenada has one of the loveliest towns in the Caribbean and no part of St. George’s is more scenic than The Carenage, and it’s surrounding. The Carenage is home to several major Grenada businesses, great restaurants, yachts, fishing vessels, water taxis, etc. It is a mix of bustling commerce, and private life. This is not… Continue reading 5 Fun Things to do on The Carenage… plus Pictures
Nutmeg Restaurant… What Martha Stewart Knows that We Don’t? I bet you did not know that Martha Stewart was spotted at Grenada’s Nutmeg Restaurant. Heck, I am sure you did not even know that was in Grenada. Well yes she was, and she even wrote about her visit in Grenada on her Up Close and… Continue reading Nutmeg Restaurant Grenada
Grenada to Carriacou and back on the Osprey Ferry I lived in Grenada for over 21 years, and never visited Carriacou by sea, … not until the Osprey Ferry. Back in the days Carriacou by see was a adventure I could not stomach. Four hours on a wooden vessel, passage over the underwater volcano “kick… Continue reading Osprey Ferry