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Living on the southern Caribbean Island of Spice for the past four months has been fantastic, and it’s not over yet! We still have another three months of living in the tropics, which we’re very much looking forward to.

This is our first time pet-sitting abroad and it’s been a wonderful experience. Our lifestyle here is relaxed, peaceful and calm – which is exactly what we were looking for when we agreed to come to Grenada. We are now into the rainy season, which has completely brought the island to life! Everything is so lush, vibrant and green.

Mornings are spent watching hummingbirds flutter by and slowly making our coffee and breakfast before starting work. We work online for two hours before breaking for a walk to the next beach with Spare Dog and a quick swim in the sea.

Afternoons are spent working some more before quitting for the day and taking Spare somewhere further away, usually for a car ride and another hike. Our evenings are very quiet. Often we’ll have a BBQ, play cards, watch movies and enjoy a glass of wine. The sound of crickets and other jungle bugs is deafening – but is a noise we’ve come to love.

Weekends are our “days off” and we try to explore somewhere new in Grenada, or revisit some of our favourite spots. We love going for sunset, lazing on the pristine beaches, enjoying happy hour at the beachside restaurants and going for long jungle hikes. There are so many things to do in Grenada, we’re never bored!

Here are some photos that will hopefully give you a better idea of what our life in Grenada is like! Enjoy.

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The gorgeous Grand Anse Beach
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Lovely bamboo at Grand Etang National Park
Click Here for a quick video of our visit to Grand Etang National Park
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View of the colourful, capital city of St. George’s

 

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Enjoying a morning coffee here at Petit Bacaye
Click Here to watch a GoatLife TV episode of our morning coffee
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We have a huge selection of tropical fruits in Grenada and they are Delicious!
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One of our favourite jungle walks…leading to the beach that you see in the next picture!
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We call this “driftwood beach” for obvious reasons. We love the hike in and there is never anyone else around!
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Buying fresh fruit from the weekend market in St. George’s
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Enjoying a rum punch on our 7 year anniversary at Umbrellas Bar
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Spare looking out to Levera Beach at the very North end of the island
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A local favourite – chicken roti
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Colourful sky above our cottage
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Spare attempting to fish at a small bay!
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Another favourite hike is to the blowhole – this area reminds us of South Africa!
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A picturesque church in the town of Sauteurs
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The three of us at Grenville Beach
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Enjoying a bottle of red at full moon
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We think Morne Rouge is the most beautiful beach in Grenada!
Click Here to see our Morne Rouge GoatLife TV Episode
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A big Fiddler Crab in our yard
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Nick summoning the sea!
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Me and Spare during a walk to the nearby point
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We love BBQ’ing in the late afternoon
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Organic, locally made, dark chocolate! We eat way too many of these bars to count…
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Views from the north of the island during our drive around Grenada
Click Here to watch a video of our drive around Grenada
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The refreshing 7 Sisters Waterfalls at Grand Etang National Park
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Bright Bougainvillea plants
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Nick cooling off at Mt. Carmel Falls
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Harbour looking out to Hog Island
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Every Tuesday and Thursday fresh fruits and veg are delivered right to our doorstep
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Yum! Flying fish with carrots & passionfruit, beets, potatoes, veggies and salad
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The best part about living in Grenada?…SPARE!

There you have it! Some amazing photos of our life living here in Grenada. To read more articles about our pet sitting adventures in paradise, click here.

Does Grenada look like the kind of place you could live? Do you have a favourite picture? Share with us in the comments below!

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Living In Grenada: Our Life in Photos

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Dariece is a co-founder of Goats On The Road, and together with her best friend, travel partner and love of her life, Nick, she’s been travelling the world since 2008…experiencing some of the least visited corners of our planet. She loves meeting new people and learning about the unique cultures of our world. Her advice has been featured on the Lonely Planet, CNN Money, Business Insider and Forbes.

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15 thoughts on “Living In Grenada: Our Life in Photos

  1. It looks like you guys are living it up! And what better place than Grenada to dog-sit the world’s cutest dog? I love seeing all the different things that Grenada has to offer. The waterfalls and beaches are gorgeous. And it must be pretty awesome to have fresh produce delivered to you every week. Looks like a good life to me 🙂

  2. Hello! Thanks for the great pictures. I am on the island now and will stay for some weeks. My wife and I will start a three day island roundtrip tomorrow. Could you please let us know where to find the hikes for “driftwood beach” and “blowhole”?
    Maybe you can create a marker on cariboutdoor.com or give me a good description that we can find it?
    Thanks!

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