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New members of the Grenada forum, introduce yourself here

Hi all,

Newbie on the Grenada forum? Don’t know how to start?

This thread is for you ;)

We invite you to introduce yourself on this topic, to share with us your expat story if you are already living in the country, or to tell us more on your expat projects in Grenada if you are planning to move there.

It will enable us to help you better but above all to wish you a warm welcome.

Welcome on board!

I was born and raised in Guyana.I grew up in the hinterland.My mom inspired me to join the teaching profession. She was a dedicated teacher. Ive been teaching for almost ten years and have completed training at The Cyril Potter College of Education in 2012. While there, i've majored in English and minor Math. I'm currently working at North West Secondary in Region 1,teaching grades 10 and 11 English A. I don't know much about Grenada but a friend of mine told me that it's a wonderful place to work. From the little research that i did, i think i would be able to cope there. My main aim is to work to earn a decent salary to maintain my kids.

my  name  is  robin  Campbell  48  .love  bartending  27 years inbar.  do  other  jobs  in  slow  time.  all way on  the   move.  grenada  is  nice  and  quite

hi I am new very new  I am 74 yrs old a young 74 ha ha  I would like to meet some nice people as  I don't go out my husband does not like to meet and greet so I get very lonely I live in point salines

I hope to get some replys

No much going on here lads, anyone still able to answer a few questions?
In early interview stages and want to know the usual, how much is rent, where to live, how much is a car? Do I need a car? How much are groceries, cost of living in general, where to socialise, some expat groups out there? And so on?
Any help and response would be appreciated!
Cheers Dennis

My son attends SGU.  Trying to meet some locals.  We are originally from India... Lived in the US for more than 25 years.  Email or text ***

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Hi  I live in the us trying to get someone attention in Grenada to get information on best places to live but it seems like nobody cares to respond.that's very strange.

Peglove, There are places on line to get some answers, but the best way to find out what you think is to go and spend some time.  I never spend less than a month in any candidate country, and prefer one and a half to two for a good idea of what's going on.  A second trip before making the decision is also a good idea.  I have been in many countries, and am looking to move to Grenada soon.  I spent a month there with the thought of moving there in mind last year.  I currently live in Belize, which turned out to be a bad choice, so I am moving on.  I am 70 years old and still looking for something really livable.  Having been to several of the islands, Grenada looks best. Don

Thanks for responding I am visiting in a few weeks my grandfather was born there and recently found out there is still family there,so I am hoping to meet with them and get a feedback on things.

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