Since Grenada is technically considered below the hurricane zone, it is a popular place for Yachties to keep their boats for the hurricane season. Therefore, sooner or later you will meet up with your friends that you have met cruising somewhere between here and the USA and also where you will meet new ones. There is a saying with cruisers that rings true. You never say “Goodbye”, but rather “Until we meet again”. We were thrilled to meet up with our friends Brenda, Hank and Troy.
Here in Grenada they have one of the largest Hash organizations in the world, The Grenada Hash House Harriers (http://grenadahash.com). Basically they are a group that gathers each week to participate in a 5K run/walk through a different section of Grenada followed by a huge party. Our particular Hash took us through the Bush up and down hills, across streams, through lots of mud. Upon completing the Hash, everybody gathers for music, drinks, dance and local eats. We had the usual chicken an pork. But we also had Iguana, Lambi (conch), Opossum, Racoon, Ox Tail and a few other delicacies that I am not sure exactly what they were. If you haven’t done one already, I suggest trying a Hash. It is a great way to see Grenada and a lot of fun!