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Spain, Spanish Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Spain

A travel blog entry by kerynsearle

well we are right into the swing of things now. spain was amazing a shqme we didnt have more time to look around. the distances were huge but trev handled it effortly even when the temp rose to 36. bilbao was awesome, as was madrid. Valencia was quite ...

I don't believe it!, Tortola, Virgin Islands British travel blog

I don't believe it!

A travel blog entry by jojotravels

sorry everyone, my latest blog has had a technical hitch - i.e. I have lost most of it!! will try to get it back, in the meantime enjoy the ...

Day 25, Tortola, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Day 25

A travel blog entry by destined2travel

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Good morning everyone!!! Happy Birthday Chuck!!  Chuck is touring us around the island today.  We are still looking for accommodations for next week.  We are heading to see Fort Recovery, and Cane Bay Gardens.  We only get as far as ...

tortola, Tortola, Virgin Islands British travel blog

tortola

A travel blog entry by stevebk108

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American Kestral, Tortola West End, Virgin Islands British travel blog

American Kestral

A travel blog entry by ggilreath

Perched above typically blue green waters, an American Kestral clings to ananda ...

Cane Garden Bay, Cane Garden Bay, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Cane Garden Bay

A travel blog entry by lshimshack

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After Chris and Charles went ashore to get breakfast at the local bakery (banana nut bread and an omelete), we set sail for Cane Garden Bay.  This would be one of the longer sails on this trip and it could take 2-4 hours depending on the ...

Traveling back home, Road Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Traveling back home

A travel blog entry by kimdavidson

What a long day.  It's hard to get back into the USA!  We had to go thru customs before we were allowed on the ferry boat to St. Thomas, VI.  After, arriving at St. Thomas, we were shuffled thru customs again!  Then, we had to grab ...

British Virgin Islands Day of Sailing, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Islands British travel blog

British Virgin Islands Day of Sailing

A travel blog entry by friesendm

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... we’ve considered to date. An optional leg of the walk takes walkers to the highest point in any of the Virgin Islands, British or American. After a quick cup of coffee at a neighboring café, we boarded the Aristocat, a 48-foot catamaran under ...

What a super great tour, Philipsburg, Virgin Islands British travel blog

What a super great tour

A travel blog entry by snowietx

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Oh, we thought yesterday was fun. Today was doubly fun! Let me say that of the three stops, each stop got better than the last and of the three, Ruthanna and I both had to agree, we want to come back to St. Maarten. Once we got off the ship early in ...

Pirates of the Carebbian... auf der Pirateninsel, Road Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Pirates of the Carebbian... auf der Pirateninsel

A travel blog entry by theoskaribik

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Heute haben wir ein wenig "verschlafen" und waren erst um 09.00 Uhr zum Frühstück. Gegen 10.00 Uhr haben wir uns in einen offenen Bus gesetzt und eine Inselrundfahrt gemacht. Zunächst bewölkt, dann wieder karibischer Regen gegen Ende dann Aufklaren. ...

Day 3 - Sailing to Cooper Island, Road Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Day 3 - Sailing to Cooper Island

A travel blog entry by lana_brian

Coming ...

Depart de Tortola, Road Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Depart de Tortola

A travel blog entry by troispistoles

English follows: I usually write in French for my friends, but at the end I will write a WHAT TO DO in english for every places I've visited... Départ de Tortola pour la croisière! Je vais faire un détour par Orlando pour passer un examen ...

necker-99, Necker Island, Virgin Islands British travel blog

necker-99

A travel blog entry by pedrobalobo

another marvelous bday on necker for grandpas ...

Let's set sail - - Off to Cooper's Island, Road Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Let's set sail - - Off to Cooper's Island

A travel blog entry by lshimshack

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Preparing to sail, Road Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Preparing to sail

A travel blog entry by lshimshack

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As we prepare to set off here is some trivia. Christopher Columbus named the island “Las Once Mil Virgenes” after the legendary St. Ursula, and the 11,000 virgins. The largest island is Tortola. Our boat for this trip is the Luna Kahuna ...

Road Town, Tortola, BVI, Road Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Road Town, Tortola, BVI

A travel blog entry by ashleylutt

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Today our ship has docked in Road Town, Tortola, BVI. Many of our fellow cruisers have decided to take ferries to the Virgin Gorda, but we have decided to stay on the island of Tortola and travel by taxi to Cane Garden Bay, where we will spend the day ...

The best anchorage in the BVI, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Islands British travel blog

The best anchorage in the BVI

A travel blog entry by caribesail

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... 's provides the best anchorage on this fantastic island. Sir Foxy is a legend in his own right and has been the father if the islands for as long as I can remember. It is a short dingy ride form his bar to the white bay where the infamous soggy dollar is ...

Festive Fun in the Caribbean, Tortola, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Festive Fun in the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by alanandleslie

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Well the silly season was definitely here, the boats were full of divers and the snorkel trips rarely went without the full 40 snorkelers on the 46 foot boat, in fact there was a waiting list. So to say that the season was busy is putting it ...

Tortola, Tortola, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Tortola

A travel blog entry by nomadicguard

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Touring BVI with Wally and Larry, Anegada, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Touring BVI with Wally and Larry

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux

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On March 3rd we again split tacks with CatAway and departed Leverick Bay at 0815 for Anegada, approximately 12 nm north. Winds were light ENE at 5-12 kts so we used the full main and genoa.  Anegada is also one of our favorite stops in the BVI ...

Return to North Gorda Sound, Trellis Bay, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Return to North Gorda Sound

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux

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We departed Trellis Bay on March 6 for a return to North Gorda Sound to get Donna set up for Dave's two-week absence to his Dad’s residence in Florida beginning March 8th. This has been a long planned absence to assist his Dad following some ...

Mutiny and Return to Civilization, Road Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Mutiny and Return to Civilization

A travel blog entry by ahartry

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... plenty of time before we were led out to the plane.   Fun, on the flight to San Juan, to look down at the islands where we had sailed. The water seemed very tourquoise from the air. Upon arriving San Juan, we had a long walk to Immigration, but ...

Embarkation, Charlotte Amalie, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Embarkation

A travel blog entry by amy_goes

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... those few hours of sailing the waves were the best I've had.  Other trip highlights:  sailing on a catamaran, snorkelling at Virgin Gorda (I got a wicked sunburn!), the food on the ship, hiking on St. John, looking at the stars in the early ...

necker97, Necker Island, Virgin Islands British travel blog

necker97

A travel blog entry by pedrobalobo

grandpas 75th bday visiting richard bransons necker island with 28 other family ...

Chap.5 - La promenade continue...., Road Town, Îles Vierges britanniques travel blog

Chap.5 - La promenade continue....

A travel blog entry by sbournonville

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Nous reprenons la route avec une superbe voiture de location, poussive à souhait et laide en plus!!! Mais peu importe le contenant pourvu que la balade soit belle. Première escale à la Marina de Nanny Cay, vraiment très jolie, ...

Beautiful flowers and Friendly people, Virgin Gorda British Virgin Islands, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Beautiful flowers and Friendly people

A travel blog entry by bps258

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... route and plane so well I settled in for the 50 minute ride over miles of ocean dotted with large and small islands, some with large cities and villages and others uninhabited. It was beautiful. The clouds were gathering for storms that were ...

Exploring the Islands of Sir Francis Drake Channel, Buck Island, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Exploring the Islands of Sir Francis Drake Channel

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux

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... the point, in Carvel Bay.”  We enjoyed two nights at Hallovers Bay with its fabulous view of the surrounding islands and waterways.  We took the dinghy to the nearby day use mooring balls for snorkeling.  While deserted at night, ...

Exploring Virgin Gorda's North Sound, Robin Bay, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Exploring Virgin Gorda's North Sound

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux

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... months (and then again when we switch use from the large freezer to the small freezer about midway through our time in the islands).  We load the contents into coolers and wrap them with blankets and towels for extra insulation for the hour and a ...

chillen an Bord der Happy Hour... ;-), Belmont, Virgin Islands British travel blog

chillen an Bord der Happy Hour... ;-)

A travel blog entry by wolgo0420

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Während die anderen was arbeiten, chillt der burgenländische Teil der Crew an Bord der Happy Hour.  Sind vor etwa einer Stunde in Sopers Point am Westzipfel von Tortola angekommen. Hatten bisher beste Windverhältnisse - 20 Knoten - allerfeinstes ...

Day 2 - The Indians and Nanny Cay, Nanny Cay, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Day 2 - The Indians and Nanny Cay

A travel blog entry by princessbride02

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Today we woke up (on a boat, how strange!), got all our provisions settled in the main cabin, and got underway.  Time for our first sailing lesson! First, though, I should introduce the other people with us.  Uncle Greg and Aunt Donna, ...

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