unfortunately I am stuck in the UK receiving medical treatment while Helen is back in Grenada looking after the dogs
Hi Dive Grenada Phil. I check your webcam every day , wonderful memories of you and Helen and the team. So now you are doing the same, strange times we are living through. Who is looking after the dogs? Hope the amazing Grenadians cope with the situation ok. Stay safe.
Hi Everyone, this is Phil the owner of Dive Grenada where the 'Webcam' is located. I am in a very hard situation as I am locked down in the UK and have no idea when I will be able to return to Grenada, so looking at the webcam gives me a lot of positivity and looking forward to when we welcome divers back and resume business.
Sorry, to get your name wrong, J. Funny. The population has night time curfew and limiting electricity. Grenadian people are so warm, friendly and welcoming, and depend so much on tourism, hope they come through this crisis as well as they have come through past crises, like hurricanes
Yes J. funny, correct. Beautiful colour. The Dive Shop operators water it when it doesn’t rain, and they are in dry season now, so hope it survives.
16:42 April 6, 2020 - Greetings again, Izzy. I very much like the little palm tree that they planted in view of the camera. I have tried to identify the flowering shrub in the planter, but even on full screen I can't tell. My guess is, is that it is a bougainvillea. Does the plant look familiar to you and can you identify it? Have a wonderful day, Izzy.
Just to add, turtles come up to this beach to lay, not as prolific as the north coast of Grenada, but amazing, as locals, students and visitors all use this area
Thanks J.Funny. I appreciate your visit to say HI. We met many winter visitors who return here annually, so I now have friends in Canada, USA, UK, There is an American Uni in Grenada, training Doctors and Vets. The flowers are just gorgeous, and I loved the many different species of birds and animals, new to me. That sand is white and crunchy, and the sea is warm, clean and many fish.
17:32 April 3, 2020 - Hi Izzy! I just read your note on Kenya about people not speaking with you here. Here I am. This is a beautiful cam view; my first visit. I live on the west coast of the United States. Now in my elder years, I enjoy Skyline very much. Keep enjoying your memories of such a beautiful place as this. See you around the cams, Izzy. Bye for now.
Hi Margaret. The Dive Shop has just had to close down, but look at the photos. The cruise ships have stopped coming to this tiny amazing island, sadly, but they moored at the cruise terminal across the bay. When my husband was well, we used to go every January into a self catering room, heaven!
Hi Izzy, I see what you mean, this is a lovely view, I don't think I've looked at it before.
Stay safe beautiful Grenada.
Happy Independence Day Grenada, February 7th. Enjoy your celebrations!
Those waves picked up
Oh wait... i found the answer to my question about time. It doesn't say 1. 9, but 'today'. So the 'today' IS reporting weather in real time as in .right now, today, this time, it is . So..thx anyway..
does anyone know why the weather is two days behind? It says on the sites that the weather for 'today' is such and such but then 'today' is two days prior. Such as 'today' now is 1.9 while it is 1.11. The live cam is dated in real time but the weather lags behind by two days.