Kingstown is not the most exciting place in the Caribbean, but I still quite like it - not only for its sidewalks under arches, but also because it is one of the least touristy places around, despite the regular cruise ship stops here as well....更多
It all depends what one expects, but this market did not turn me on.
The island has a lot of water. However, the produce on the market is lacking both variety and quality.
The trinkets, all over the market, are all the same as on...更多
The market place was ok to see the local way of life, but there's not much here and in general the capital. Busy, with lots of traffic. Only about 3 main streets to walk around to see the sights. Unfortunately a fairly poor area. Didn't...更多
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The port area is a fairly run down port, at the end of a far from booming town, blighted by chaotic traffic and a gaggle of unofficial taxi tours (of variable quality I was told).
Once out of the port you'll stumble...更多
Very busy chaotic and dirty.
It should be more organised and better kept.
Not many food places but police officer recommended The Altitude sports bar on 3rd floor opposite The financial centre. Good for and drinks and views to the harbour
This market is where locals come to buy and sell goods of all kinds. You will find everything from fruits, vegetables, breads, BBQ items, and more. As it's geared to locals you won't find a lot is souvenirs and tourist items. You will also need...更多
The goods on offer are wonderfully colourful and luscious. If you need any produce this is the place to visit as the variety is quite good. The vendors weren't rowdy or demanding. I wish it were cleaner and more organised but it serves its purpose.
Whether you're staying on St. Vincent or provisioning for a stay shipboard or on another island, you owe it to yourself to go to this market. Years ago the government built a market building in an effort to clear the streets of vendors, but it's...更多