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A local market with fruit and vegetables for visitors and locals. The vacationers are more attracted to the spices and trinkets. A lot of the booths have a lot of the same items. Always ask for a better price. If buying liquids like vanilla extract...More
I must say the other reviews are amusing about this place.. I think you would have a hard time saying you have been to Grenada if you didn’t step foot here, but 20 minutes max is all you need.. the good news is it’s pretty...More
Our second visit to Grenada on the Cruise Ship. This little market square is a great place for spices and gifts. Some of these types of markets have unfriendly folks working, but not here. All of the locals were nice and engaging. Enjoyed our time...More
Most vendor sell the same things inside the covered areas so be sure to spread the love. The more aggressive vendors are the best to bargain with, they'll drop 20-30% (or more) off their initial offer. Vanilla seemed a particularly good buy. Everything hear was...More
Full of hustle and bustle of the locals buying their fruit and vegetables from the street traders, and with venders selling spices to the tourists. The only drawback is the incredibly uneven payments, but the car drivers were taking great care not to hit the...More
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So first off in the cruse terminal, avoid the official guides, I.e. Randy, these people just stick to you and are annoyingly persistent...there are official your guides but actually sorta just whatever... so from the... More
So first off in the cruse terminal, avoid the official guides, I.e. Randy, these people just stick to you and are annoyingly persistent...there are official your guides but actually sorta just whatever... so from the terminal... you walk out the market two blocks down just in front but keeping left.. you can also take the tunnel on the right and go around up the hill and turn left at the historic museum.