At Anchor and Off the Grid in Saline Bay, Mayreau: Photo of the Day

The smallest of the inhabited Grenadines, Mayreau is one of those choice few places in the Caribbean that time has seemingly forgot. Less than 300 people call her 1.5 square miles home, the majority of them based in a hilltop village so blessedly behind the times it doesn’t even have a name! Electricity finally came to Mayreau just 11 years ago, though the only way you can get here today is still by boats, like this one.

Photo credit: Sonia Angelil via Flickr.

Last updated by Steve Bennett on .

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