Grenada Travel Guide
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(In Short) Scenic deserted beaches mountainous rainforests and over friendly people. Grenada is called "The Isle of spice" for a reason. Herbs and spices being the main export and is heavily influenced the local cuisine. A fusion of French Spanish and English cultures and a hidden gem of an orang a tang reserve with a "never-ending" lake and mountain trek. plus some of the best diving, corals that the Caribbean has to offer. Also Grenada is the birthing place of the Giant turtle where it gets its name from.
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Ronald Reagan put Grenada on the map way back in '83 when he saved some U.S. medical students from the evil clutches of a few Marxist guerillas and that was the last time anything hectic went down on this tiny island nation. Since then it's been all about one love, kickin' back and eating conch.
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