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Hidden gem of Grenada

There is something classy and terribly civilised about afternoon tea. Dainty sandwiches, little cakes bursting with sugary and chocolatey delights washed down with fragrant teas that make all the flavours dance on your tongue. It is said this afternoon experience was introduced by Anna Maria Russel in 1840, seventh Duchess of Bedford and incidentally a close friend of Queen Victoria. […]

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Heart of Grenada

So excited and honoured to be a finalist in the Caribbean Travel Story Contest. If I had to choose a highlight in Grenada it would have to be the breathtaking and stunning sunsets that just stop you in your tracks and make you seriously re-evaluate life. I mean sitting at a desk in a rainy cold city and soaking in […]

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Next stop Carriacou

Spoilt for choice is what holiday companies and airlines keep advertising – no matter the season whether you want to fly, sail, take the train or drive; whether you fancy that relaxing beach trip or are more a city slicker and love to explore architecture, history or local cuisine and music vibes…I must agree. This is no different when coming […]

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