Grenada Uncovered: An uncommon view of the island's geocultural beauty (Paperback)
Grenada Uncovered distinguishes Grenada-a 120 Square-mile tropical, Caribbean island- beyond the obvious notion that it is a tourist's paradise. It is the pictorial representation of an island with a rich history, pristine natural habitat, unmistakable developmental potential, and a people boldly desirous of progress. It reveals tidbits as simple as the appropriateness of names used in present-day Grenada and as complex as the meaning of the word, Grenada, in ancient Greece, Rome, and Persia. It covers topics pertinent to Grenada's international image like the rich harmony in its ethnic diversity; the wealth of islets surrounding Grenada; livestock, fishing, and agricultural potential; historical treasures; and its people's resourcefulness. A 208-page publication Grenada Uncovered displays hundreds of full-color pictures that uncover the beckoning aura of the island, a tranquil landscape reflective of confidence and composure, and sights that not only invite but often seem to reward our pursuit of happiness. Grenada Uncovered is a picture of Grenadian promise, fully substantiated in its representation of unspoiled territories, breathtaking views, and the unique culture that ensues.