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A volcanic eruption and Katie gets very wet, Peter Island, Virgin Islands British travel blog

A volcanic eruption and Katie gets very wet

A travel blog entry by jaq-wil

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... omelette.  it wasn't so bad.  Or were they being polite?  Kate had brought a film for us to watch, "The Virgin Island", a story of some 1930s newly weds who set up home on an island near here. Very sweet and apparently a true story ...

Chap. 10 - Besoin d'exercice..., Virgin Gorda, Îles Vierges britanniques travel blog

Chap. 10 - Besoin d'exercice...

A travel blog entry by sbournonville

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Comme je vous l'ai dit lors de mon dernier chapitre, nous sommes arrivés à Virgin Gorda, ce qui signifie "la vierge grasse" en espagnol. Je vous parlais de prémonition dans mon précédent chapitre, non rassurez vous, je ne suis ...

Coral Reef at Saba Rock, Gorda Sound BVI, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Coral Reef at Saba Rock

A travel blog entry by kimdavidson

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... out to the open seas.  We picked up speed and really were moving along.  It was beautiful to see the islands in the background.  After passing the Dog Islands and Cockroach Island, we tacked back to the southeast to follow the channel into ...

Little Jost Van  Dyke Island, Lettsome Settlement, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Little Jost Van Dyke Island

A travel blog entry by kimdavidson

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We got an early start today.  The weather was perfect for a long day of sailing.  We headed out to go around the big island of Tortola to head to Jost Van Dyke on the opposite side.  The prevailing winds make sailing interesting as we were ...

Big Bamboo, a helicopter and champagne, Anegada, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Big Bamboo, a helicopter and champagne

A travel blog entry by hilsommer

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Another beautiful day in the BVI!  This morning we did the breakfast and coffee routine while sailing from Virgin Gorda to Anegada.  Another beautiful sail and we had arrived. We took the dinghy to Potter's by the Sea where we (of course) had ...

Big Bear is relaxing in BVI..., Spanish Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Big Bear is relaxing in BVI...

A travel blog entry by shetastic

Big Bear relaxing in BVI waiting for delivery crew to arrive and set sail for ...

Virgin Gorda and The Baths, Tortola, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Virgin Gorda and The Baths

A travel blog entry by sarahjr

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Today our destination was the island of Tortola, part of the British Virgin Islands. The BVI is made up of over 50 small islands and four larger islands, Tortola being the largest. We had a shore tour booked to the island Virgin Gorda which features baths ...

Sea day, Virgin Islands, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Sea day

A travel blog entry by bcope100

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Today was a sea day so we had our room service coffee and then got dressed nicer than usual for a dining room breakfast. We were seated by a window and Kathi got to see some flying fish! It was pretty cool. After we finished eating, she wanted to watch ...

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Chap. 13 - "Entertainments"

A travel blog entry by sbournonville

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L'une des raisons de notre retour aux BVI c'est le calme et la tranquillité des mouillages. Cela ne nous a pas complètement réussi, nous en sommes à notre troisième coup de vent en un mois! Les divertissements, l'animation ...

Accompaning Mum on a Business Trip: BVI, Tortola, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Accompaning Mum on a Business Trip: BVI

A travel blog entry by kilgiraffe

Visiting the BVI. Apparently the capital is called Roadtown. The 'road' in question is a dusty hardly paved 1 lane road. This always makes me chuckle a little.. ...

Tortola Day 2, Tortola, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Tortola Day 2

A travel blog entry by betsyelias

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Today we went into Road Town, which is the main town in Tortola.  We tried out a different grocery store, which was much, much better then the first one we tried.  They had a buffet a freshly made food; Greer got ribs and I got chicken stew and ...

Time in Tortola, Road Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Time in Tortola

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe

This morning the Ventura docked in Road Town, Tortola.  Tortola is part of the British Virgin Islands and we had been here once before, on the Arcadia in 2005.  Tortola has a rugged volcanic landscape rising to 1,709 feet at ...

3rd day of cruise, Tortola, Virgin Islands British travel blog

3rd day of cruise

A travel blog entry by odyseus

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BVI, Tortola, Virgin Islands British travel blog

BVI

A travel blog entry by aniasmith

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Newbies in town!, Road Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Newbies in town!

A travel blog entry by michelleleh

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The never ending journey from London via Antigua, st Kitts, st Maarten and finally into Tortola - our new home.   The Liat flight from Antigua was tough.  A full flight with some people bringing on everything but the kitchen sink!! Khai got ...

Wrecks, elevators and goats, Josiah Bay, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Wrecks, elevators and goats

A travel blog entry by michelleleh

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A new dawn, a new day and after a good nights sleep we were ready to rock n roll. we started the day off with a walk on Josiah bay beach at 7am.  It was totally deserted and all we heard was the crashing of the surf.  What a nice way to start ...

Furry kids arrive after their epic journey, Josiah Bay, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Furry kids arrive after their epic journey

A travel blog entry by michelleleh

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It's been a highlight so far on our adventure having the cats arrive to be with us.  We had a panic (more like a heart failure!!!) yesterday afternoon though when the lady traveling with them texted to say Liat airlines wouldn't let the cats fly at ...

Sailing around the British Virgin Islands, Tortola, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Sailing around the British Virgin Islands

A travel blog entry by deanandliz

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... due to hurricane a few years back!). Lunch was at Monkey Point, the scenery was amazing (much like everything else about the virgin islands, boat and food) - more snorkeling and saw a shoal of 250+ fish including, blue tangs, parrotfish, squirrel fish, ...

Day 22, Virgin Gorda, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Day 22

A travel blog entry by destined2travel

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Good morning everyone!! Chuck has invited us to tag along with him today. It is once again a beautiful day… we had one heck of a storm come through overnight with rain and some high winds, but today you would never know it.  Around 10:30 we ...

Good bye to our last Singapore cat whisperer, Beef island airport, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Good bye to our last Singapore cat whisperer

A travel blog entry by michelleleh

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... battled difficulties in st Maarten with Liat airlines but won through in the end to arrive slightly weary but ready to explore the British Virgin Islands which she did without a hint of jet lag.  She is also the only person aside from Khai and I to ...

AQ pirate summer '08, Tortola, Virgin Islands British travel blog

AQ pirate summer '08

A travel blog entry by skipjohnsen

The young skipper finds his dream job and his search for the modern Pirate life.  To be ...

Chap.6 - Tout est beau, Road Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Chap.6 - Tout est beau

A travel blog entry by sbournonville

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J'emprunte le titre de ce chapitre à une expression québécoise, qui veut dire comme vous devez le comprendre que tout va bien. Mais comme en plus il fait beau, je la trouve très juste. Oui, tout est beau, même si c'est la ...

Day 29, Tortola, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Day 29

A travel blog entry by destined2travel

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Good morning everyone!! We are going on a day trip today!! I am very excited!!  We will be snorkeling with Aristocat Charters (http://aristocatcharters.com/).  The plan is to sail towards Norman Island and stop at Angel Fish Reef, The Bight ...

Bomba Shack, Road Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Bomba Shack

A travel blog entry by michelleleh

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A local institution for its Full Moon Parties every month.  Not too sure who left those big knickers?!  I imagine they must be missing ...

Tortola, Captain Friendly and Cane Garden Bay, Tortola, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Tortola, Captain Friendly and Cane Garden Bay

A travel blog entry by meganjaye

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... cabin while we got ready in the mornings.  With the research I did before the trip, I had wanted to see the Baths on Virgin Gorda but did not want to see them en masse with the rest of the ship.  Reputable private tours seemed in short supply, ...

Rainbows, Road Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Rainbows

A travel blog entry by michelleleh

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A nice way to start the day with a rainbow over the ...

Chap.11-Un bateau...ça bouge..., Virgin Gorda, Îles Vierges britanniques travel blog

Chap.11-Un bateau...ça bouge...

A travel blog entry by sbournonville

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Toutes ces années de ponton m'ont fait oublier une chose importante, un bateau bouge. Ne riez pas, ne vous moquez pas!!! Tout le monde a en tête le doux balancement d'un bateau posé sur une mer bleu azur, mais sachez que ce doux mouvement ...

The morning on Saba Rock, Saba Rock, Virgin Islands British travel blog

The morning on Saba Rock

A travel blog entry by lshimshack

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Prior to sailing off to the next destination, we were able to use this as a chance to top off the water tanks so Charles pulled the boat up to the pier and did a great job!   Poor Letty, as she was getting off the boat to the pier she ...

Norwegian Getaway Service, Road Town, British Virgin Islands travel blog

Norwegian Getaway Service

A travel blog entry by fullerfamily

I have been pretty hard on the ship and it's staff but I can honestly say we are having a great time and it equals any vacation we have had on any other cruise line. We have fallen into our routine and have found the things we love to do. There are staff ...

Philipsburg, St. Maarten, Netherlands, Antilles, Philipsburg, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Philipsburg, St. Maarten, Netherlands, Antilles

A travel blog entry by globetrotters

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... we disembark. St. Maarten was mountainous and lush, with colorful buildings that dot the landscape like Skittles. I had a feeling that the other islands would be similar yet hold their own unique appeal. (double click to watch the video) The island of St. ...

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