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Cruise Ship Visit 2013 - Part 3 Grand Etang

Lakes and waterfalls

We went up into the mountains
Mountains in the distance

Mountains in the distance


And stopped at Grand Etang National Park.

Welcomd to Grenada at Grand Etang

Welcomd to Grenada at Grand Etang


Welcome to the Park sign - Grenada

Welcome to the Park sign - Grenada


Entrance to the park - Grenada

Entrance to the park - Grenada

Band at Grand Etang

Band at Grand Etang


We got a ticket for entrance ($2.00) and a ticket to get a free drink.

Fruit juice or rum punch - Grenada

Fruit juice or rum punch - Grenada


I just got fruit juice. There were also kiosks for us to buy stuff.

Beads and small items in a basket - Grenada

Beads and small items in a basket - Grenada

Stands with handicrafts - Grenada

Stands with handicrafts - Grenada

T shirts and tourists - Grenada

T shirts and tourists - Grenada

clothing and souvenirs - Grenada

clothing and souvenirs - Grenada


Crater Lake

Crater Lake

Bob went up to the building which had information about the park and took pictures there and of the lake in the distance (it is a volcano crater).
Sign in the park information building - Grenada

Sign in the park information building - Grenada


Climatology poster

Climatology poster

Grand Etang wildlife

Grand Etang wildlife

Birth of Caribbean islands

Birth of Caribbean islands


Albin told us about Hurricane Ivan and the one the next year - Ivan's sister - that took out the other end of the island.
The Grand Etang House

The Grand Etang House

From there we went to the parish of St. George and stopped to let people walk down to a waterfall.

Waterfall sign - Grenada

Waterfall sign - Grenada


Waterfall from the road - Grenada

Waterfall from the road - Grenada

Bob and I didn't go.
Banana lady - Grenada

Banana lady - Grenada

There as a man with a monkey for people to have their picture taken with.
Man with a monkey for photos

Man with a monkey for photos


Monkey for photos - Grenada

Monkey for photos - Grenada

Thank you USA - Grenada

Thank you USA - Grenada



Then we went up and down some steep hills and at one point we rounded a corner and there was another van coming the other direction on our side of the road. Someone else cried out, and I squeaked. The driver said again, not to panic unless the driver did.

The last part of the visit was to the forts that overlook St. George's and the port

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