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  • Beth January 16, 2013, 7:34 am

    Good morning,

    We are coming to visit you next week!!!! What is the best money to bring EC or US..we are Canadian, I guess you do not take our money. Do most stores etc. take US or should I order EC from our bank to bring.

    Kind Regards,

    Beth

    • Gooch January 16, 2013, 7:51 am

      Hi Beth,
      As with most things it depends. Here is what I do. I use the ATM whenever I need cash, instead of bring along a pile of $US or $EC currency with me. Yes it cost me a little more the the ATM fees and all but to me it’s less of a hassle and I feel safer knowing that I do not have a pile of money stashed in my hotel room or elsewhere.

      You Canada ATM card will work just fine at all the ATMs in Grenada. Also some your bank may have a relationship with some of the banks in Grenada where you won’t incur any additional fees on withdraws. For example, if your bank is say Bank of America and in Grenada you use a Scotia Bank ATM then you incur no fees.

      Another option is to carry some US$ with you. Yes, all vendors and establishments will accept $US but however you may lose close to 15 – 20 cents on the dollar.

      Bottom line: You can use the ATMs in Grenada just as you do back in Canada or US to get $EC when you need it. It’s fast, easy and convenient. There are numerous ATMs around the major areas with 24 hour access. I do recommend that on travel day you come with enough US$ in case you need a cab, bite to eat on arrival, etc ….especially if you are arriving late at night, etc.

      Hope this helps. Enjoy The Spice Isle…and write back to tell us how you liked it

  • Daria Torrisi June 1, 2012, 4:43 pm

    Hello, Gooch,

    Since you love Grenada I thought you should know that there’s a lovely new song about Grenada. The song is called, ‘The Grenada Song’ by vocalist Gabrielle MonDesire.

    Enjoy

    • Gooch June 6, 2012, 7:55 pm

      Thanks for sharing. Nice song.

  • Bernard Maitland May 21, 2012, 5:48 am

    Hi,
    If you reply to this comment, I will send you a Print-screen image of your webpage with the popup (containing Tweet, FB Like, Pinit etc. buttons) blocking information on the webpage when using the Google Chrome browser. In Internet Explorer, the popup appears correctly on the extreme left.
    Cheers
    Bernie

    • Gooch May 26, 2012, 9:09 am

      Thank you Bernard. The info you provided was very helpful. Hopefully I got the problem fixed now.

  • ebenezer July 14, 2011, 12:49 pm

    i hear that the people of Grenada are very friendly, i want to pay a visit and see for myself , u knowthey say seeing is believing, i take life to be what we can make out of it, if we can`t be happy what then are we living for? this is why i can go anywhere in search of happiness,

  • ebenezer July 14, 2011, 12:47 pm

    i hear that the people of Grenada are very friendly, i want to pay a visit and see for myself , u knowthey say seeing is believing, i take life to be what we can make out of it, if we can`t be happy what then are we living for, for this reason i can go anywhere in search of happiness,

  • don caldwell August 18, 2010, 4:41 pm

    In the mid 60’s two Canadians were developing a community at levera beach.I visited the site and was interested in buying but lost interest and I am wondering if this project was discontued.

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