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Grenada offers a number of interesting historical sites to explore around the island as well as more contemporary cultural points of interest.The engaging history of this Caribbean island is brought to life when you visit the many forts and old estates across the island.For just US, you get a comprehensive guided tour around the processing: storage, cracking, sorting, the water test, grading by size.The tour lasts about 20 minutes, and leaves you with a lasting impression of the versatility of nutmegs, and of the reality of Grenadian working conditions.Since 1785, they have been making strong rum using local, organically grown ingredients such as sugar cane.Using the same methods as back in the 1800s, they power the distillery using energy harnessed from the nearby river or by hand.Many of our users come from all over the world, so we encourage cultural exchanges that can result in a positive experience for all.You will find the Hottest and Sexiest ladies available for conversation and in many cases your viewing pleasure.
You can find these at Grenville, at Victoria, and the most visitable of all is in Gouyave.Check out our blog for the latest things to see and do in Grenada.Fort George was built from 1706 - 1710, on an early battery erected by the French in the 1600s, and originally named Fort Royal, it was renamed Fort George in 1763, in honour of King George III when the British took possession of the island.It is basically a small bastion tracer fort, which means that each level can give covering fire for the other level, and has been in constant use in one form or another since it has been built.It was once the heart of the town, but as the town has grown and times have changed, it has been relegated to being used as a simple extensive building. George’s University, and the surrounding countryside and Caribbean Sea.
Currently, it houses the Royal Grenada Police force, but has sections which are open to the public. Fort Matthew is the largest fort on the island and has been used as a battle ground through to mental asylum. Guided tours are available and you can also hire out the facilities for private functions.