Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Easter time at True Blue Bay is one of our favorite times as we always have families staying with us with little ones who enjoy our resort’s pools and playgrounds. It is also nice to see our repeat guests and their familiar faces again. This year is no exception; we can hear lots of giggles by the pools every morning and see smiling happy little faces all around the place. Our new playground has definitely been a big hit this year as well as the bubble making program at Aquanauts dive center. Our Chef and cooks have been busy, busy preparing lots of dishes from our very popular kids menu.
The preparations for our Annual Easter Bazaar and Kids' Easter Egg Hunt are almost done. Last year we had quite a lot of participants and this year, we hope, will be no exception.
We have the Easter Eggs all ready to go; the vendors for the Bazaar are preparing their crafts and other goods to sell for the day.
This year, we are encouraging the local artists and craftspeople by giving prizes for the most innovative craft, the most ecofriendly craft, and the craft made with 100% local products. We are very excited to see the results and the creativity of our local Grenadian People.
We will also have the Grenada Discovery Train running between the Spiceland Mall and True Blue Bay Resort as a special treat. The charge is only EC$10 roundtrip for adults; kids accompanied by parents will ride for FREE.
If you are visiting Grenada this coming Saturday April 23rd from 10am to 5pm, come to True Blue Bay Resort and have the opportunity to see some of the best Arts and Crafts Grenadians have to offer all in one place! A great opportunity to get your island souvenirs too.
Kids' Easter Egg Hunt will be at 1pm, refreshments, tropical cocktails, Calypso BBQ and great music will be available all day.
Island jewelry, clothing, locally made spa products, carvings, paintings, batiks, beach wear, souvenirs, etc
On Easter Saturday and Sunday, it is also a Grenadian tradition to fly kites at Quarantine Point park; this is also a great activity for families visiting Grenada for Easter. The view of the island from this breezy location is truly spectacular. Make sure to buy your kites in advance, you will probably see local people selling them on the streets. Also, don’t forget to bring a hat, sun block and drinks for the kite flying, as it can get quite hot.
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