After 5 incredible months of living in Grenada, we have moved on. Even though it was a very emotional goodbye last year, in a way, it was harder to leave this year because we were that much more attached to the people, the pets and our life there.
But, we’re travellers and our feet get itchy! The time had come for us to move on and explore other parts of our world. We were sad to go, but thinking that we’ll be returning to our favourite island in about 6 months made it that much easier to leave.
If you’re looking for an accommodation option on the island, check out Mount Cinnamon Grenada – an incredible boutique hotel!
Here’s what 5 months of living in Grenada looked like 🙂
There you have it. This is what our lives as bloggers looked like while living in Grenada. Since leaving the country, we headed to Canada for a quick 10 day visit with family, before travelling to where we currently are…Barbados!
Stay tuned to hear about our first impressions of this Caribbean island 🙂
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Dariece is a co-founder of Goats On The Road, and an expert in saving money, finance management, building an online business and of course... travel. She loves meeting new people, trying new cuisines, and learning about the unique cultures of our world. She has over 10 years of experience helping others to realize their travel dreams and has worked in numerous jobs all over the world to help pay for travel. Her advice about long-term travel, remote work, and location independence has been featured on the Lonely Planet, CNN Money, Business Insider and Forbes.
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