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St. Vincent is an island of moderate size along the string of islands separating two bodies of water named Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. It is located in the way of constant winds following the flow of the Guyana ocean stream. Due to its mountainous nature it traps lots of clouds coming its way from the humid area of the Equator zone and makes them release their vapour contents on its volcano driven hills. The result is a luscious piece of real estate with numerous crevasses of idyllic beauty immersed in tropical vegetation and sustaining rich plant life. Very much unlike the Grenadines which are smaller in size and lower in altitude islands, by definition missing out on the clouds and forming starker outlook.
Mesopotamia Valley has a great location and the name is perfectly matched with the original symbol for fertility. If the exact rate of agricultural productivity is none of your business, the ridge overlooking the valley offers great views in almost all directions including the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Caribbean Sea on the other. Luck might even offer a peek at the volcanic summits of St. Vincent but considering the geographical context such opportunity must be a rare event.

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  • Pros:As authentic as possible given the circumstanes
  • Cons:Bad habits creeping in amongst tourism "officials"
  • In a nutshell:Windward
  • Last visit to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: Jan 2012
  • Intro Updated Feb 6, 2012
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