There truly is no place like home. My husband & I recently returned from vacation and for the second year in a row, we went to Grenada. Although the island is pretty small (120 sq miles), there is still so much to see, and I enjoy taking you along for the journey. So here’s the latest installment of our Grenada Vacation Photo Diary. We also made a trip to Carriacou for the first time (for me). More on that in a bit.
This vacation was extra special because I had the honor of serving as Matron of Honor in my youngest sister’s wedding. It honestly seems like yesterday I was holding her hands to cross the street, but now she’s off to manage a home of her own 🙂
It was an absolutely gorgeous wedding and I styled my hair using my Kinky Curly Yaki Clip Ins. I wore the clip ins every day for the almost 3 weeks we were there. I’ll be posting an update video soon.
View of the Carenage in the Capital City of St. George’s Alternate view of the Carenage in the Capital City of St. George’s Of course, no trip is complete without the daily doses of fresh coconut water.
This year has been all about REALLY facing my fears and pushing myself outside of my comfort zone . I think I’ve mentioned the fact that I can’t swim, but that did not stop me from going on a speed boat ride. It was the scariest yet most exhilarating experience ever, as we were pulled by a speed boat for 2 miles along Grand Anse beach. One more thing to cross of my bucket list!Grenada is the largest of the Tri-Island state of Grenada, Carriacou & Petite Martinique. Although I was born, and grew up in Grenada, I have never been to Carriacou. Carriacou is accessible by plane and boat, but most people prefer to make the close to 2 hour voyage via boat. That’s exactly what we did.
Check out what we got into as we took a guided tour of the 13 sq mile island and experience the breath taking beauty this is Carriacou!
YOUR TURN: Did you take any trips this summer?