I have lived and worked in St Vincent, which was glorious, loved the lifestyle and pace of living. also have previously been a visitor there, which takes on a very diffent perspective of the island, loads to see, La Souffrieire in Goergetown at the North end of the island is something to see believe me, the tiny villages surrounding it, another world, so relaxing..
Going South again, to Villa and Indian Bay is beautiful and more of a hot spot, as it is quite close to the Capital Kingstown where you will find many shops, markets and a whole host of wonderful people, The Vincentians are extrememly friendly and helpful in every way, making you feel welcome whether you are a visitor or living there. Young Island although Private, I have had the priviledge of having spent time on there several times and it is quite unique and isolated, but divine.
Bequia is fabulous a few minutes boat ride away, Princess Margaret Beach is straight out of a story book with floating palms in the gentle breeze and soft white sand, and tepid crystal clear waters.... Have visited, Canuan, Mayraux ( beautiful Salt Whistle Bay is a must see )... Petit St Vincent again private but out of this world.... Mustique I must admit left me feeling a little cold emotionally not what i expected although nice..... Union. quite nice,,, crazy airport landing strip ... the cays spent christmas day around the cays,,, lovely, snorkeling and just having fun just so beautiful to see and experience,,, i would advise anyone visiting SVG to take a trip around the Cays...
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