WHOSE FAULT? WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?

If we go back to our childhood days we will recognize this weed with the little bulb we used to squeeze to hear it pop. Soto me it is nothing new except in the quantity not only in St. Vincent and the Grenadines but all over the Caribbean. Some people are making it political like […]

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SUNBURST APARTMENTS

Property Manager Elsworth Abbott and Sharol-Rose Gregg-Abbott Host Manager           https://www.facebook.com/peachsunset/posts/10156045089164024 This property is a 20-minute walk from the beach. Located in Arnos Vale, Sunburst has accommodations with seating area. Complimentary WiFi is offered. Each unit is fully fitted with a washing machine, a flat-screen TV, a sofa and desk. All units […]

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YOUR STAY BEFORE BEQUIA

This charming island lies just nine miles south of St Vincent, the northernmost island of the Grenadines, a string of islands stretching approximately 60 miles between the islands of St Vincent and Grenada. Although the largest of the Grenadine islands, Bequia is only seven square miles and a true hideaway island, hidden from the traditional […]

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BEQUIA FERRY SERVICES

  Ferry service to and from Bequia has come a long way after the decision to retire MV Friendship Rose. Friendship Rose served the Island for decades as the only means of communications between the Bequia and mainland St.Vincent. The journey took about one hour to sail the nine miles. Many days drenched from head to […]

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TURTLE BAN IN EFFECT

St. Vincent and the Grenadines has always for many years enjoy turtle season for a period of time in the year just like the lobster season. The fisher folks looked forward to that time when they can present their families with a special treat. Some people illegally catch turtles during the offseason and like any […]

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HIGH TEMPERATURES

It is another sticky day in New York where we should hit 89 degrees. The air conditioners are running and that means the light bill will be mounting. No complaint but it is the season for high temperatures. Unlike the Caribbean where you have the North East trade winds coming off the sea to cool atmosphere. So, […]

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BOAT BUILDING ON BEQUIA

As with St. Vincent, Bequia was home to Amerindians before European farmers, fishermen and traders settled here in the 1700s. Nine sugar plantations were established during the early 1800s but prosperity was short-lived when the sugar industry entered a period of decline. The maritime trades of fishing, whaling and boat building established themselves as Bequia’s primary industries […]

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HAPPY MONDAY

Yesterday was father’s day and I have a wonderful time. Even though I didn’t receive any gifts, I brought a few for myself and I was very grateful for life. I believe that every day is fathers day regardless of the role these men play in the lives of the children. Know that everything is […]

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WOMAN ON VACATION MURDERED

Sir Godfrey Gregg So this woman 69-year-old Antonia “Toni” Rose, daughter of Germaine “Granny” Rose,  who lives in the United Stated visited St. Vincent and the Grenadines to bury her mother. The funeral took place on May 26, and the woman who was home alone in Queen’s Drive was apparently robbed, tied up and left hanging […]

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TERMINOLOGY

Biological fathers Baby Daddy – A biological father who bears financial responsibility for a child, but with whom the mother has little or no contact. Birth father – the biological father of a child who, due to adoption or parental separation, does not raise the child or cannot take care of one. Biological father – or just “Father” […]

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