When the phrase “sugar and spice and everything nice” was coined, surely they must have been referring to Grenada. This lovely island is home to sugar and spice plantations and even a rum distillery or two. You can tour these working plantations and see how the bounty of Grenada’s rich soil is grown, processed and cared for in the present day.
— Travel brochures really have no shame, do they? I wonder if in telling you about how “Grenada’s rich soil is grown, processed and cared for in the present day” they’ll mention how it was done in the past? “Everything nice” right? (via blaaargh)