We take you to Fort George, with magnificent views over the town and out to sea; and we outline its role in Grenada's history, including the assassination of Maurice Bishop in 1983.
Then down into the market, unaccompanied because of the difficulty of manoeuvering a large group through the crowds. The market is at its most busy and bustling on Saturdays. You can browse among the spices, fruits and vegetables of the island. Go ahead and buy; but don’t forget that ‘saffron’ is turmeric. You have time to look around town and shop in the Esplanade (cruise ship) mall, Young Street, and elsewhere.
Port Louis Marina
On the way 'home', we drop in at the Port Louis Marina to browse among shops, yachts and views.