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Young Island /St. Vincent Trip Report

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Well, I just arrived back from my honeymoon in Young Island in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Truly, I cannot say enough great things about this resort. Young Island itself is a lush, tropical paradise with a great beach and beautiful grounds and the staff is as friendly and accomdating as can be. The cottages are clean, spacious and oceanfront with plenty of privacy provided by the vegetation. With a private front patio and back patio that led to a private beach and a outdoor garden shower- we were very pleased with the accomodations. Also, the food was top notch with a definite Caribbean flair and spectacular seafood. There was no need for a reservation at any meal- there was always a table available for you for as long as you wanted to linger.

Also, St. Vincent is still largely untouristed and maintains its true Caribbean identity. While it mainly has black sand beaches - they are beautiful. Further, St. Vincent does not have the hawkers or pushy salespeople that harass tourists on many other Caribbean islands. We walked around the main city and other spots and never felt unsafe.

If anyone has any questions about Young Island or St. Vincent- I would be happy to answer them!
And thanks to all who assisted me in choosing this terrific destination!!

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