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heat/humidity/mosquito comparison

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We are deciding on a honeymoon destination and are trying to choose among:
anguilla (not sure yet of lodging - any advice?)
petit st. vincent
biras creek resort

We are planning to go in mid-july, and I am curious to know differences in heat, humidity, and quantity of mosquitoes at each of those locations.

While we find the idea of total privacy and isolation of PSV very appealing, we don't want to spend humid sweltering nights in mid july unable to sleep while being bitten alive. Biras may give slightly less privacy in terms of the lodging, but on the other hand they have A/C which means if it is too hot, we can survive the nights. And then there is Anguilla, which I am wondering may have fewer mosquitoes due to its less lush, tropical nature.

Any and all advice would be greatly appreciated.

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