REDISCOVERING SCUBA DIVING – A HEALING JOURNEY by Grenada Soul Adventurer I first discovered the all consuming bliss of floating under the sea, only hearing the sound of bubbles and observing colourful and interesting aquatic life, the summer after I turned 16. That was the year I learned to scuba dive. Some say that diving … More Guest Blog Post: Rediscovering Scuba with Aquanauts Grenada
Don’t you just love how amazing you feel on vacation? Especially when you stay at a resort and all the little caring and special details just fall into place. At True Blue Bay Boutique Resort we take great pride in making your stay as pleasurable as possible. We want you can return home feeling rejuvinated. … More How to take that Vacation Relaxation Back Home
Twenty Four year old Marie is the eldest daughter of resort owners Magdalena and Russ Fielden. Marie recently became a mom to a jolly and cheeky baby girl Lila (you are likely to see her hanging around at the resort). The Fielden Family bought True Blue Bay Resort back in 1998. Marie started her hotelier career … More Meet the True Blue Personalities: Marie Fielden
TBBR is happy to announce our partnership with Petite Anse Hotel. Now when you visit the spice isle you have the opportunity to stay at two resorts in opposing ends of the island allowing you to see and explore even more during your stay in Grenada. With a one-week or two-week package option to choose … More Two Boutique Hotels One Island of Spice!
Long before iphones, Blackberrys, Facebook, Twitter and all the other gadgets and apps that exist for entertainment and ‘socializing’, storytelling was one of the main forms of entertainment in Grenada. “Tim Tim”, was a familiar expression used to signal the start of story time and with elation children would gather round grandparents to enjoy the … More Story Telling at True Blue Bay Resort
It’s finally here, Christmas 2011! True Blue Bay Resort and Villas extend warm Christmas wishes to all our guests, friends and fellow hoteliers. May this season bring you joy and peace to last a lifetime. Have a happy Christmas all!!!
Pull off the gloves, hang up the coats and put away those boots! Christmas in Grenada is pleasantly warmer. Don’t expect snow covered roof tops, trees and sidewalks; the only thing coated in white are the beautiful, sandy shores. In Grenada, carolers don’t sing outside your door… no… expect the parranderos singing parang while strumming … More Christmas in Grenada