Grenada By: Bradie Buffington

If you are planing to go to Grenada you should probably know that the climate is tropical. The dry season runs through January-May, and the rainy season runs through June-December. The average temperature in Grenada is 82 degrees F. It has many mountains and volcanoes. It has the most southern Windward Islands.

This is what it looks like when it is a rainy climate in Grenada.

Some popular foods in Grenada are Oil Down, callaloo, and many more. Oil down is a combination of breadfruit, coconut milk, turmeric, dumplings, callaloo, and salted meat such as saltfish, smoked herring, or beef salt. Callaloo is a mix of chicken stock, onions, beef, black peppers, shallots, thyme, chili peppers, crab meat, and leaf vegetable.

This a popular dish in Grenada called Oil Down.

There are some great sightseeing places in Grenada. Grand Anse Beach is the most Popular place to go visit, and it is one of its most Beautiful. There are many palm trees, coconut trees, and grape trees. There are many restaurants and resorts that lie along the shores as well. The water is perfect to do water activities and for swimming.

This is the wonderful Grand Anse Beach.

St. George is one of the prettiest port towns in the Caribbean. St. George's Market Square is the most popular on Saturday mornings. One of the many attractions in St. George is Fort George. Fort George was a historic military structure at Niagara-on-the lake, Ontario. It was the scene of several battles during the war of 1812.

There are not very many people in Grenada. They have a small population of 105,897. The people in Grenada are mostly Roman Catholic. Roman Catholic is 53 percent of Grenada's religion.

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