It is set off the St. Georges - Grand Anse Road with a large advertising sign, and we drove inexpecting a lot. We found three small shops, one selling ladies clothes which could have been made or designed on the island, a shop selling cushions and needlework products, and the third sold spice scented products, such as soaps and candles. Sadly there was little that really displayed the unique feeling of Grenada. Perhaps it would benefit from some external advice on finding new and original products, and not copying what is available from so many tourist islands. These days, I'm sure the discerning visitor is not interested in buying ordinary products made local by having the island or town name imprinted on it, or knick knacks likely made in China with Grenada on them. This is last minute airport shopping stuff - Grenada Craft Centre needs a more individuality.
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