Journals St. Vincent

Transatlantic Escape. Part One

Created by hagnel2 on April 1, 2008 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Part one of our 16 day cruise covers port stops in St Vincent, Kitt's, Dominica, and a tall ship visit la Palma Canary Isle.

A Month in St. Vincent

Created by TheLibbyShow on August 4, 2006

1 Review
1 Story

From the end of April till the end of May 2006, a group of 12 students and chaperones from Pacific Life Bible College in Surrey, BC, Canada went on a missions trip to beautiful St. Vincent.

Trip of a Lifetime

Created by partyanimal on March 23, 2006

1 Review

The best restaurant ever is found here.

Darkview Falls

Created by DeNurse on January 11, 2006

1 Review

The unspoiled island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

An Altruistic Afternoon

Created by kmallya on October 18, 2005

1 Story

If you have time during your vacation and would like to take the path less travelled, journey to Georgetown and spend an afternoon with the children of St. Benedict's. Their smiles are enough to brighten any rainy afternoon (common in the summer/fall/winter)!

Angel in Red

Created by kmallya on October 5, 2005

1 Review

St. Vincent's Anglican cathedral contains the only stained-glass window in the world to have an angel dressed in red!

The True Caribbean, Sailing the Grenadines

Created by Vandesa on August 4, 2003

1 Story

Sailing the sparsely populated Caribbean islands that make up the Grenadines aboard your crewed yacht, a 45' catamaran -- NOW THAT IS THE TRUE CARIBBEAN. No mega resorts, no fast food chains, no phones, no TVs. As Jimmy Buffet sings, ". . . A pirate, 200 years too late . . ." -- now I know the feeling.

St. Vincent, the Grenedines port of call

Created by Pirate43 guide on December 9, 2000

2 Reviews
4 Stories

St. Vincent was another of my ports of call while cruising the eastern caribe aboard windjammer Mandalay. This island had a lot to see. I had hoped to view a cricket match but the team was having a match off the island.

The undiscovered

Created by Charlie Brown on October 17, 2000

1 Review

The last unspoiled caribbean paradise. While born in the United states my roots stem from this island. I have spent many a summer here, and find that every year there is something new to discover.

Windjammin' 2000 - St. Vincent

Created by Kaye on September 11, 2000

1 Review
1 Story

St. Vincent is the capital of the St. Vincent Grenadines. This was the most densely populated island that we have visited so far on this journey. Kingstown was a bustling city with great open air markets.

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