The Rare Welsh Bit is Grenada Tourism Authority’s Blogger of the Year

Earlier this month, I was shocked and delighted to be presented with the Blogger of the Year award from Grenada Tourism Authority at the Pure Grenada Showcase and Awards: A Recognition of Excellence and Cultural Delight. …

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10 Caribbean Foods You Have to Try

From classics like Jamaican jerk chicken and rice n’ peas, to intriguing dishes like Grenadian oil down and Costa Rican rondon, here are ten Caribbean foods you simply must try if you ever get the…

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SeaBreeze Hotel Grenada – Grand Anse Beach, St. George’s

Boasting year-round sunshine, low crime rates and pristine white sand beaches – not to mention tonnes of tasty tree-to-bar chocolate, it’s not surprising that the eastern Caribbean island of Grenada and its sister islands Carriacou…

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Patois, a.k.a Patwa: A Guide To Caribbean Creole

Think of the Caribbean and you’ll probably picture mile upon mile of white sand beaches and an endless stretch of sparkling blue sea. The Caribbean archipelago actually encompasses more than 7,000 individual islands, so when…

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Grenada Chocolate Festival: the Ultimate Guide

When Grenada Tourism Authority invited me to Grenada Chocolate Festival, I jumped at the opportunity – I felt like Charlie Bucket in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, when he unwraps his chocolate bar and discovers…

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5 of the Best Beach Destinations

Sun, sea and sand. Will you be heading off on a beach holiday this year? Sun-bathing on soft white sand and cooling off in emerald-green waters sounds like my idea of the paradise. With so…

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Grenada Chocolate Festival: the Climax of a Chocoholic’s Calendar

I love chocolate. Chocolate is almost universal. No matter what age you are, where you come from or what you do for a living, the chances are, you’re partial to a bit of chocolate now…

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A meal to remember – Restaurant review: Memorabilia – Montego Bay, Jamaica

I can’t believe it’s been over a year since I visited Jamaica. I have so many happy memories from the time I spent in Montego Bay and Negril and while I was looking through my…

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Recipe: Jamaican jerk chicken, rice and peas and callaloo

Inspired by the time I spent in Jamaica last year, I recently made my own jerk chicken with rice and peas and callaloo. Here are the recipes I used: Jerk chicken Since I visited Jamaica…

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No.1 Sandwich Spot in Negril, Jamaica: Hammond’s Bakery, Negril Square

  Copyright: Hammond’s Bakery During my stay in Negril, Jamaica, one of my favourite places to eat lunch was Hammond’s Bakery, a family-run business with its main branch in Savannah La Mar, the capital of Westmoreland parish.…

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