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Just back from GRENADA-best vacation ever. Questions?

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My husband and I just returned from our ten-day honeymoon in beautiful Grenada. When our friends asked us where we would be honeymooning, most asked in confusion "Why Grenada?" Here's why...the island is an unspoiled, nonAmericanized gem of white sand beaches, spice plantations, and mountainous rainforest. The people are amazingly warm and friendly. The restaurants, with blended African, Indian, and French influences, served delicious seafood. Our acommodations at the Blue Horizons Cottage Hotel in Grand Anse offered true Caribbean style and impeccable service. For those seeking an unspoiled, tropical paradise without the glitz of American-style resorts, Grenada is for you. For travel advice, including lodging, restaurants, and local customs, please ask!

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