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Best Boat Trips from Carriacou

Carriacou boat trip

Carriacou – the isle of reefs – is surrounded by gorgeous, turquoise waters, perfect for snorkelling and explorations. Carriacou’s beaches are equally stunning, ranging from powdery white sand beaches to beautiful black volcanic bays.One of the best things to do in Carriacou, if you ask Bunny, is to take a boat trip to one of […]

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Beach Bums Carriacou

BBB

Beach Bums Carriacou Welcome to Beach Bums Carriacou – Bunny’s new tiny house Airbnb! Just opened, Beach Bums Carriacou brings the tiny house movement to Bunny’s home island of Carriacou (Grenada).If you follow Bunny on Instagram (obviously you should!), you would have witnessed her progress and struggles with the renovation project for the past year, while transforming an […]

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Where to Stay in Carriacou

Image of Petit Carenage

It is no secret that Bunny is a huge fan of her home island of Carriacou. Carriacou is a gorgeous, unspoiled, quiet, practically crime-free and affordable holiday paradise that the wider public has never heard of.Although the main island of Grenada is growing in popularity day-by-day, relatively few people make their way to its much […]

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Is Union Island Worth a Visit?

As seen from the sea

Bunny recently came across a question on TripAdvisor’s travel forum where someone was wondering whether Union Island in the country of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is worth a visit. Yes-yes-yes, she wanted to shout! It definitely is.Bunny has the pleasure of seeing this small island (population of 3,500) every day from her house in […]

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Island Hopping in the Grenadines

Think dozens of different shades of turquoise. Think crystal clear waters and white, powdery beaches. Think extensive coral reefs with colourful fish and friendly turtles. Think deserted lagoons and pristine mangrove forests. Think sleepy villages and quaint, colourful houses. Think sail boats bobbing up and down in picturesque bays and super yachts gliding through gentle […]

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Vegetarian Carriacou

Paradise Beach Club

Being vegetarian can sometimes be a little tricky if you live on a small Caribbean island. Bunny’s home island of Carriacou (Grenada) is no exception.Although fresh fruit (and some vegetables) are plentiful on the island, vegetarian food is not particularly popular among the local population. There are no purely vegetarian restaurants in Carriacou (yet!) and […]

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Bunny Visits Petite Martinique

First glimpse of PM

Have you ever heard of a small Caribbean island called Petite Martinique? No? Don’t worry, you’re in good company. Few people are aware of this small hideaway and even fewer travel there. Petite Martinique is waaay off the usual tourist trail.That’s what attracted Bunny to visit. Plus, the minor detail that she happens to live […]

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Bunny’s Travel Highlights 2020

What were your travel highlights of 2020? Meh. Bunny has one word for you: coronavirus.That pretty much sums up Bunny’s travel highlights for the year. She didn’t have huge plans to begin with (since she is currently busy building her residence in Carriacou) but she never thought she would basically stay put the whole year. […]

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How to Spend a Perfect Day in Carriacou

Carriacou's most famous beach

Bunny is currently building her home on the best island in the world: Carriacou. Never heard of it?Well, Carriacou is one of those gems that travelers are eager to discover: a gorgeous, quiet and unspoiled Caribbean island that has retained its original charm and authenticity whilst possessing some (modest) tourism infrastructure and services.Most visitors to […]

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Kayaking in Carriacou

Image of Tyrell Bay

Bunny loves kayaking, whether it is in the Finnish lake district (the whole country is one big lake district, really), in the mighty Zambezi in Zimbabwe, in the pristine fjords of Norway or, as she did most recently, in the turquoise waters of the Caribbean.As soon as Bunny arrived in the small Caribbean island of […]

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