Anse La Roche, Carriacou Grenada – Island Lime Videos

Climbing out of a dinghy onto a deserted strip of beach is a feeling best described as “pinch me”. That’s the feeling I got when my feet sunk deeply into the brownish sand of Anse La Roche on the Grenadian island of Carriacou.

After checking out of Grenada waters on Carriacou, Captain Matt wanted to stop at a special slice of paradise before we headed north to Union Island to anchor for the night. The slice of paradise? Anse La Roche. He slowed the Diamant and pulled her into a calm cove that was surrounded by lush green hills that transitioned into a secluded beach before meeting the sea. It was time to dinghy to the beach, camera gear and a cooler full of cold Carib in tow. Life was perfect.

Anse La Roche and Carriacou are the stars of this episode of Island Lime Videos. You’ll see several different angles of the beach and be relaxed by the rhythmic sound of the Caribbean sea spilling up onto the sand. No fancy graphics, no bald guy rambling about lord knows what, just the sound of the waves. If it were any more real you’d be there.

Anse La Roche, Carriacou Grenada

Walking up and down the beach looking for the perfect spots to set up is hard work. Constantly dodging crab holes and random rocks can be tricky and wear a Castaway out. It was soon time to join my new Diamant friends in the water with a cold Carib and soak up the naked natural beauty of Anse La Roche.

Have you been to Anse La Roche or Carriacou? I would love to know what you thought.

Cheers,
RumShopRyan

NOTE
Don’t forget to sign up for the Castaway Winter Beach Bash! This break from the cold will take place January 20 – 23, 2012 at the beautiful Bolongo Bay Resort on St. Thomas in the USVI.

The fun will be hosted by yours truly and will include a rum tasting, a complimentary bottle of Cruzan Rum in your room, a sunset sail, a rum snorkel scavenger hunt, nightly entertainment and Castaway room discounts. Take a break from the Winter and come lime Castaway style in the US Virgin Islands! Click here for booking and details. Can’t wait to hangout with everyone on the warm sands of St. Thomas!

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By |2016-12-31T11:57:45+00:00December 9th, 2011|Carriacou, Grenada, Island Lime Videos|7 Comments

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Just a salty pirate looking to explore and document the wonders of the Caribbean. Professional blogger, rum judge, consultant, marketer, and consumer of blue water beauty.

7 Comments

  1. Tom December 10, 2011 at 12:18 pm

    Very soothing, Ryan! I like running this and Salt Whistle Bay back to back. Enjoying the limin’ moments.

  2. BigKahuna December 11, 2011 at 1:07 am

    LOL! Could have used this about 5 this evening! You’ll have to check out my blog on Tuesday…. I think you’ll laugh, then you’ll come back here to watch again!
    Considering changing my designation from #Castaway to #Limey I don’t know what inspired you to start this series…. But I’ll drink to it!
    ~Cheers!

  3. mm
    RumShopRyan December 11, 2011 at 9:42 am

    Thanks buddy! I think you’re going to like the visors I’m having made for all the Castaways that will be at Bolongo Bay. Little foreshadowing!
    Cheers!

  4. mm
    RumShopRyan December 11, 2011 at 9:43 am

    Thanks Tom, I have a few more coming…Bequia & Tobago Cays. Cheers!

  5. Katrina Fowler December 19, 2011 at 1:38 am

    Hi Baby,
    Just checked out all your info. Made miss the Diamant and all my new friends. Hope your move went well. Have a great Christmas and safe New Years it sounds like fun! Katrina BamaBabe

  6. mm
    RumShopRyan December 19, 2011 at 8:45 pm

    Hey Katrina! Thanks for stopping by! I know, I’m missing the Diamant as well. Just posted a Tobago Cays video today. Have to keep that inspiration coming! Merry Christmas…The Baby

  7. […] is Anse La Roche, which is on an island called Carriacou – a short ferry ride from Grenada. Carriacou is a fantastic destination if you fancy seeing a somewhat wilder side to the Caribbean – think untamed beaches and plenty of hiking and water sports opportunities. It takes around […]

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