Grenada Vacation Photo Diary Part 2

Grenada Vacation Photo Diary

Grenada Vacation Photo Diary

Before I left for vacation in Grenada, I read a post from one of my favorite bloggers, Marie of GoodLooknOut. I felt like she was peeking into my thoughts LOL. I know you’re probably wondering what on earth her post has to do with vacation photos, right?

Her post made the connection between leading a “simple life” and keeping a permanent smile on your face. I was nodding (and smiling) through the entire post. Read the post HERE

I’ve always been a fuss free kind of person, but sometimes you can get bogged down with all kinds of “stuff” that you need to let go. This vacation was the perfect disconnect I needed in order to reconnect and simplify 🙂

Now on to the pics. Thanks for all your wonderful comments and feedback on the last set of pics. I hope you enjoy these.

PLACES
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We definitely got in a healthy dose of sand and sea 🙂 The beach is the perfect place to sit, relax and think.

RELATED POST: Grenada Vacation Photo Dairy Part 1

grenada-beach-view grenada-flamboyant-hotelA view of Grand Anse beach from a hill top.

FOOD
To say I ate well is an understatement. I have the ill fitting pants to prove it too.
I did however make sure that I ate all the local fruits I could find, to balance things out a bit 🙂

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Ceylon Mangoes. These are SOOO good. You must try them if you get a chance.

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West Indian cherries. These are generally sweet and are perfect alone or when used to make cherry juice 🙂

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These are called “sea grapes”. They are mainly found on the beaches.

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Coconut Water….from the source. THE BEST.

PEOPLE
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My oldest sister and I.

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My younger sisters & I. Three of a kind 🙂
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If you follow me on FACEBOOK or INSTAGRAM then you already know I hosted a mini, impromptu meetup. We had a BALL. What is it like being natural in Grenada? These ladies will tell you. Stay tuned for the video 🙂

Here’s to the Simple Life.

YOUR TURN: What does the simple life mean to you? 

Until next time
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  • Nadeen

    That food all looks so good! These pics are making me homesick! Simple happiness to me comes from vein around the ones I love.

  • Holly

    Amazing pictures. I must visit Grenada. That water looks so amazing. All I need is that view and a hammock and that would be the simple life for me.

  • Cassandra Vincent

    I love the pictures! and your thoughts Vee! I’ve been following your Grenada journey through pics on Instagram and thought geesh..I’ve gotta get to Grenadaaaa xo

    • Hey Cassandra. Thank you. lol…I tried my best to show off my beautiful Island 😛 You must visit. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  • GIRL! I’m happy you enjoyed by post, but I’m mad I didn’t get my invite! Those pictures were EVERYTHING. I love it. #LiveSimple

    • Thanks hon 🙂 I have to find a way to make up the lack of invite situation to you 🙂

  • Mommy Week

    Grenada looks like an amazing place I need to visit! The beach is absolutely beautiful! I was living through your pics while you were there 🙂

    • Thanks Ashley. Let me know when you’re ready 🙂

  • MJ

    Awwww, I feel like I’m right there. The beach is calling me. I don’t think we have sea grapes in Jamaica. I will have to ask my mom because I surely don’t remember them. The mangoes look like what we can stringies in Ja. Yum to all of it. Can’t wait to see the video from your meetup

    • Thanks MJ.
      We have some called “Cali” that tend to have a lot of “string” too. These are smooth and “cheesy” if that makes sense lol.

  • RattlesandHeels

    Aww lovely post! Those pics of the beach makes me really home sick. I’m trying to live the simple life and follow my bliss and focus on my children. Thanks for sharing your pics.

    • Thanks Adanna. Girl the simple life is the best. Thanks for taking the time to read the post 🙂