Just the Pictures (Grenada) St. George’s, Grenada in the morning. The cruise ship docked at St. George’s. Painted tires and rocks on the side of the road in Grenada. Dougaldston Spice Estate. Inside the processing building on Dougaldston Spice Estate. Sliced nutmeg fruit with the seed and crimson aril visible – the seed is the source of nutmeg and the aril is the source of mace. Different spices grown in Grenada, laid out on the table. Cocoa beans laid out on racks and left to dry in the sun. Stream and banana trees at the Dougaldston Spice Estate. Central Depradine Street in Gouyave, Grenada. Many sacks of nutmeg inside the Gouyave Nutmeg Processing Station. Heaps of nutmeg drying out on multi-tiered trays inside the processing station. View of one of the long trays the nutmeg is drying out on. Closeup of the nutmeg, Grenada’s “black gold.” Dirt road and a tall palm on Grenada. Mount Saint Catherine, the highest mountain on Grenada. Road on the way to Grand Etang National Park. Grand Etang Lake, in the crater of an extinct volcano. Looking toward a hilltop in Grand Etang National Park. Mountains seen in the distance from Grand Etang National Park. Carib beer, brewed in Grenada. Plants and trees in Grand Etang National Park. Ginger flowers. Annandale Falls. Another view of Annandale Falls. Stream flowing away from the falls. Closeup of Annandale Falls. “Thank God for U.S.” and “KGB Behave” graffiti on the ruins of a building – referring to the 1983 United States–led invasion; the citizens of Grenada are genuinely thankful for the U.S.’s military action (making them somewhat unique in the world). Fort Frederick. Looking northward toward the center of Grenada from Fort Frederick. St. George’s and the MS Royal Princess, seen from Fort Frederick. Yellow flowers in Grenada. Closer view of St. George’s and the cruise ship. Street in St. George’s. St. George’s seen from the cruise ship. Looking south toward Grand Anse Bay, Grenada, from the cruise ship.