There are a lot of links on Grenada page to "Districts" and "Other Destinations" that appear would not qualify for a seperate article. See Wikitravel:What is an article?. Doesn't seem more logical to unlink some of these? Normally if there is some information about a place that can be put in the main article we would do that in the article and not create seperate pages. Would all the districts deserve a seperate article? Would travelers be interested in this locations?
I would suggest un-linking most if not all of these and adding descriptions and information next to the item about what is there and what a traveler would be interested in at those locations. If that gets to be too long, then maybe create a seperate article. What do you think?
Hi Theo, you will also need to add copyright information to the photos you uploaded. If they belong to you, please indicate that. If they belong to others you will need to get a release from the owner for CC SA 1.0 See Wikitravel:Copyleft. If they do not belong to you, let me know and we will have to delete them. Again, thank you for you help. -- Tom Holland (xltel) 11:52, 1 October 2006 (EDT)
You can sign your posts by adding 4 squiggles at the end, like this ~~~~ Try it out. -- Tom Holland (xltel) 12:30, 1 October 2006 (EDT)
Hi, Theo. I trimmed up your accommodation listings on Grenada and Grenada (island) and may go back for more. I thought we went around on this subject before. The lodging choices should listed in the town where they are, or the nearest town. We do not list accommodation guides because we want this to be the guide. Simply listing the hotel with a link and no contact info, not even a phone number, is not in the spirit of Wikitravel at all. OldPine 21:25, 18 September 2007 (EDT)