"In my case, Grenada presented an attractive landfall after Sparrow's Atlantic crossing from the Canary Islands. Having by then sailed 6,000 nautical miles from Turkey, through a succession of autumn gales in the Mediterranean and the East Atlantic, I found Grenada's tranquility, warmth and charm irresistible. The island and the people radiate a heartfelt welcome that captivates anyone who stays long enough to notice. It's a place where boat awnings go up and stay up, and the anchor chain has time to sprout a few barnacles."

 (Submitted by Noel Thu Jun 24, 2004 )


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