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Saline Bay, Mayreau

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A magnificent stretch of blinding white sand with the island's main jetty. A beach bar opens when a cruise ship is in dock, but otherwise it is usually deserted.

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“In Grenada, Leaving the Past Behind”

By Ned Martel for the New York Times Published: February 8, 2009 I see surfers straddling their boards in True Blue Bay, which locals note as a new phenomenon, and I drop by La Source, a development fresh from an extensive rebuilding after the horrific… Read more...

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