More impressions of Grenada

Some random shots out of the car on our first mobile day. everywhere one can find those little huts where locals sell their mostly home grown fruit and vegetable, homemade juices and other goodiesthis lady just sold juicesgreen everywheresome streets look like thismost of the houses in Grenada are stilt houses; the underneeth area is …

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Impressions of Carriacou & Sandy Island

Our catch and some pics of Carriacou Our huge catcha "Mexican Pompano", 5 kgwhile under way I was cleaning and filleting the beast, it was enough for three days, yammmmiiiiiiUnion Island in the back and the "Sister Rocks" in frontthe last tack into Tyrrel Bay / CarriacouAltimate very close to shorethe rice-picker-lady performing yoga on …

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Impressions of Prickly Bay surroundings and another Hash

Some pics of L'Ánse Aux Epines, the headland between Secret harbour and Prickly bay volleyball at Secret harbouron our way to volleyballthis guy was hiding in the woodsan unsual type of housethe view down to Hartman bay (Secret Harbour)a closer look Some football fans... El Capitano, Sam, Johannes (Your Highness), me and Sherriquarter final, not …

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Impressions of Port Egmont, Prickly Bay and Football fans

Port Egmont, the lake-like lagoon in the south of Grenada only a few miles west of St. David's Harbour Port Egmont is a completely enclosed lagoon, surrounded by mangroves and supposed to be a fairly save hurricane hole. It does feel like a lake in the middle of landin the back of the pic one …

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