The two islands St Vincent and the Grenadines is situated in the Eastern Caribbean continent. The quiet island of St Vincent is volcanic and fertile, while the Island of the Grenadines with its hundred tiny sister islands are flat, combined with coral reefs. The population of St Vincent and the Grenadines is approximately 115,500 people. Kingstown often referred as the "the city of arches" is the capital city. It has more than 400 arches. These two Islands have the oldest Botanic Gardens and St Vincent fresh water has 225 species of fishes. Roasted Breadfruit and jackfish is the National dish of this country. Both Islands make exclusive holiday resorts, and their waters are popular with yachts people. Arrowroot is St Vincent's second largest export and it is the world's largest producer of arrowroot, a starchy liquid is removed from this plant, which is used as a thickening agent in foods and for the fine finish of computer papers.