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Atma Island Living – A Hidden Gem in Grenada

Now that Bunny has more or less settled on the small Caribbean island of Carriacou, she is a regular visitor to its main sister island of Grenada. On her frequent trips, she always makes an effort to try out new experiences and new places to stay.On Bunny’s latest visit to Grenada, she stayed at Atma Island […]

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Best Beaches in Grenada

Beach Bunny in Grenada

Yes, it’s another beach post! This time Bunny is happy to share her knowledge of the best beaches on her (adopted) native island nation of Grenada in the Caribbean.If you are visiting Grenada for the first time and wondering which of the gorgeous beaches deserve your hard-earned vacation time, wonder no more. Bunny has done […]

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Bunny Visits Grenada’s Mt Carmel Falls

Bunny at Mt Carmel Falls

Grenada is known for its picture-perfect beaches but also for its lush, green interior that hides a number of gorgeous waterfalls. Many visitors are familiar with Annandale Falls, Concorde Falls and Seven Sisters Waterfalls which are all relatively easy to visit from the capital of St. George’s.But Bunny’s favourite waterfall in Grenada is Mt Carmel […]

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Most Beautiful Beaches in the World

Bunny in Bermuda

For years, Bunny has been looking for the most beautiful beach in the world. Although her quest continues, Bunny sure has visited a number of stunning beaches in the process.Bunny’s preferred beaches are usually serene, unspoiled and naturally gorgeous. She doesn’t need fancy hotels, beach bars or other services but those are not necessarily a […]

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Where to Stay in Carriacou

Image of Petit Carenage

It is no secret that Bunny is a huge fan of the tiny Grenadian 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 […]

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Bunny’s Travel Highlights 2018

It is not quite the end of the year yet, but Bunny is eager to sum up her travel experiences in 2018.Year 2018 was an excellent travel year for Bunny! She finally made the long-planned, extended trip to South America, spent a lovely three months on her favourite Caribbean island of Carriacou, celebrated Mr. Bunny’s […]

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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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Carriacou Beaches: Complete Guide and Map

Image of Bunny on Anse la Roche

Carriacou, Grenada’s lovely little sidekick island, is blessed with a number of gorgeous, deserted beaches. As with the rest of the island, these beaches are unspoiled, clean, quiet and safe at all times.Practically the whole leeward side of Carriacou is beach after beach. The windward side also has some beaches but no need to bother […]

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Bunny Visits Tobago Cays

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What Are Tobago Cays?Tobago Cays is one of those magical places that looks like it has been lifted from the pages of a fancy travel magazine: picture-perfect, awe-inspiring and impossibly turquoise.Tobago Cays Marine Park is located in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The area consists of five small islands, or cays, as they are called: […]

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Visiting Sandy Island in Carriacou

Image of Sandy Island

Sandy Island is one of Bunny’s favourite little islands in the world. Actually, it is not even that much of an island, more like a gorgeous little sandbar with a handful of palm trees, lovely soft white sand and inviting turquoise waters around it.It is famed for its postcard-perfect looks, marine life, bird watching (Bunny […]

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