by Sandra Baksh
Bequia is a tiny island, with a population of about 1,400, in the Eastern Caribbean. It is part of The Grenadines archipelago, in the independent nation of St. Vincent and The Grenadines. With its verdant, hilly landscape, this special vista, shows three different bays, along the island’s East Coast and its windward side. Spring Bay is in the foreground, followed by Industry Bay and Park Bay, toward the background. Sal Bay is a fourth bay, barely visible and just before Brute Point, that juts out into the ocean.