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Grenadines gone by at the Bequia Beach Hotel

Grenadines gone by at the Bequia Beach Hotel

“I’m going to Bequia,” I told my daughter Jenn. “You’re going to do what?” she asked. “Not what — where,” I said of the island in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, which is pronounced BECK-way. Two days later, I stepped off a nine-seat prop plane onto a runway surrounded by …

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Sailing away in the virtually untouched Grenadines

Sailing away in the virtually untouched Grenadines

Canouan as seen from above…   Sharon Lindores / National Post The Canouan harbour is charming and colourful.   Sharon Lindores / National Post The views of Tobago Cays are super from the island Petit Bateau.   Sharon Lindores / National Post The catamaran leisurely sails past Mayreau.   Sharon …

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The Caribbean Island of Mayreau Could be Split in Two Thanks to Erosion

The Caribbean Island of Mayreau Could be Split in Two Thanks to Erosion

Caribbean Climate Wire, Climate Change, Development Aid, Economy Trade, Editors’ Choice, Environment, Featured, Green Economy, Headlines, Latin America the Caribbean, North America, Population, Projects, Regional Categories, TerraViva United Nations By Kenton X. Chance Reprint | | Print | |En español KINGSTOWN, Nov 6 2018 (IPS) – As a child growing …

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