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Harmony Hall Resorts, St.Vincent

Just because St.Vincent is such a beautiful, romantic kind of island, we have answered your requests for even more pictures. Years ago the locals called this island “Hairouna” which means “Blessed Island”. The local award-winning beer is “Hairoun” pronounced “Hi-Rown” and it’s very easy to see why they refer to St.Vincent even to this day as “The Blessed island”.

A Quick Look at Vincymass Parade 2013 here

Tropical Hibiscus of all colors can be found around the island.

Another beautiful black sand beach and calm bay.

Exotic coastlines.

“Jurassic Park” kind of rain-forest.

“German Joe” one of the oldest plants in the world.

Natures back massage in paradise.

Thick healthy dense rain-forest waiting to be explored.

Got to love the view at sea-level.

This looks like a good spot.

Clearly a volcanic leftover.

Doesn’t everyone love booby watching?

“Why is rum always gone?”

IMG_3473smiley faces & groceries are just a few steps away at the Ultra Mart

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Ahh… a clear perspective.

IMG_2884Don’t look at me in that tone of voice.

La Soufriere volcano is high enough it can produce it’s own weather.

As close as you get to lifeguards in the Caribbean.

Great snorkeling around dove and dike islands off the southern end of Indian Bay.

Owia salt ponds are like being on a different planet.

One of the last true un-spoiled lands in the world.

Homemade German style soft pretzels — YUMM!!

Good fishing spot.

sushi – Bonito- aka blue-fin tuna fresh-fresh!!

Magical coves and caves.

Christophine- a relative of a cucumber and grapefruit the size of bowling balls

treasure hunter.

Powder soft black sands all to ourselves.

UMMMM Chocolate!!!!

Crazy tree roots on the santanay tree in the rain-forests.

St. Vincent land turtle.

Beautiful, rare, purple sponge.

Flamboyant tree in bloom.

St. Vincent Carnival is the second largest in the Caribbean.

Party spot #1 at the “T-Bar” on Villa beach.

Friendly faces and welcoming places. “Tenant” at Villa beach.

The town of Calliaqua (Cal-i-qua) St.Vincent

The elusive St. Vincent parrot.

IMG_3032Big a** lobster.

IMG_3342Tunes by the sea.

The arch from “Pirates of the Caribbean”.

Wallilabou St. Vincent, film site for “Pirates 1,2 and 3”.

Did someone call for a water taxi ???

Canons that point Inland at Fort Charolette above Kingstown, St.Vincent

Inside the cave used in the movie “Pirates of the Caribbean”.

Honeymoon lane in the oldest botanical garden in the western hemisphere.

“Punching Conch” for dinner, West Indian style.

The fleet is in.

YUMMM, BREADFRUIT!!!!

Vincy sized avocado.

Can’t wait for the neighbor to come for dinner.

Porcupine puffer fish / aka puppy dogs.

Dove – bird of peace sit by my doorstep…yes please.

From the days of the rum runners and pirates.

Things are looking up.

Who doesn’t like free range B-B-Q chicken?

Like flippers in the sand…..

Lighthouse at Fort Charolette above Kingstown.

Kingstown, St.Vincent is a busy Caribbean port town.

Roman Catholic Church in Kingstown, St. Vincent.

Kingstown, St. Vincent is known as the city of arches.

Blue crane.

Smooth-billed ani, a relative of a coo-coo bird.

“Bolli” fruit husk used for everything from drink-ware to serving bowls.

Stanley is the man with the “Bolli” on the beach.

“Dr. Pepper’s” beach bar where it’s always happy hour.

Time to walk the plank.

Local longhorn cowfish just cruising by.

Flying fish, good eats.

Passage to a old Pirate stash.

Come lay your hands on history.

Are you hungry for more yet?

Relax, you’re on island time.

Some of the best sunsets in the whole world happen over the Caribbean Sea.

Black Point Tunnel.

Modern day Pirates of the Caribbean!

Bananakeet- wine bird.

32 islands and cays make up St.Vincent & the Grenadines.

Paradise is always in bloom.

Book Now for that dream getaway you’ve always wanted.

Below the Hurricane Belt. 82*F – 89*F – Perfect Year Round!

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