We just got back from a week of diving and chilling out in Grenada and wanted to share a few of our pictures.
(In case anyone else is heading to Grenada, we've included a few recommendations below.)

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Things we would do again:

+ Grenada in a Nut(meg) Shell Tour with Vaughan Francis

+ Dive with Dive Grenada, especially Flamingo Bay and the Veronica L, though Moliniere Bay is fun if you can combine the Underwater Sculpture Park with the Buccaneer wreck

+ Eat at Boots Cuisine for Grenadian homestyle cooking and Umbrellas for lambie souse

+ Drink cocktails at Grill Master, especially if you like dark 'n stormies or anything with ginger beer (and the food is good too); for the local beach bar scene, Cummin Up is the spot in Grand Anse

+ Sail a Hobie at Grand Anse beach - there's plenty of breeze and it's very chill

Things we might do differently:

- Visiting St. George's - there's relatively little to do there, but it's pleasant to stroll around on a nice day (ideally including lunch at Sails)

- Dive sites: Dragon Bay (it's great if you love seahorses, but we didn't see tons of other sea life)

- Rick's Cafe: go for the potato wedges and the local ice cream, but skip the pizza (its sauce and crust are both sweet)

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