Grenada Thanksgiving

Today Grenada celebrates its Thanksgiving, but it is not to be confused by the American Thanksgiving with turkey and cranberry sauce. Instead the Grenada Thanksgiving is a celebration of when the US-led invasion codename Operation Urgent Fury landed in Grenada in 1983. Grenada achieved its independence from the UK in 1974. In 1979 the socialist dictator Maurice Bishop overthrew the democratic government in a...

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Caribbean Climate Change

One thinks of the Caribbean with warm tropical breezes, swaying palm trees. Paired with a perfect front row beach chair of the sunset and a cool Caribbean cocktail in hand. Now more than ever climate change (for those who want to believe in it or not) is really affecting the Caribbean islands. The proof is in the recent activity in the Atlantic this year (and the...

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Caribbean Festival

The Caribbean has been an attraction for tourism, not only for its sandy beaches, warm waters, and alluring temperatures all year round, but also for it's friendly locals, cultures and each islands Caribbean Festival. Some people may not realize how vast the Caribbean Island chain is.  Many think you can see all the islands with just one hop away. Although this may be true...

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Caring for the Caregivers at Laluna

At laluna we believe in giving back, and what better way to give back, than to help those, who give so much of themselves. Laluna was happy to host 15 Grenadian staff members from 4 different residential care homes. They all attended a retreat at Laluna, that was co-led by Yoga teachers Jerry Bascombe and Miranda Miller. All in conjunction with ReachWithin, a charity...

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