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We docked in the beautiful blue waters at Charlotte Amaue, St Thomas. The yachts docked in the harbor were absolutely stunning in the clear blue water. We enjoyed our last breakfast at the buffet. :( We took a tour of the Island with a local woman. The views from the top of the island were spectacular. We could see Megan's Cove ( a possible future vacation spot) and St John. We returned to the ship for our ...
... Osage County." Unfortunately when they started the movie the audio was for a travelogue for New Hampshire. What a riot! Now we have a broken movie! Hahaha. Eventually they got it straightened out. The movie was powerful (in an incredibly dysfunctional way). Not exactly vacation fare, but it was good.
We walked our 5 miles around the Promenade Deck, changed clothes (I swear we change clothes 3-4 times a day!) and met Al and Nancy ...
... asking who had got
ten right? Who had at least 15
right? Who had at least 18 right? Every other team stopped cheering apart from
us….more than 19 right? (cheeer!!!) TWENTY OUT OF TWENTY??? The place went
wild…..(well our team was leaping up and down anyway) We blew the opposition away and it was a
genuine team effort. Everyone
contributed something today and we knew we had done well even before they gave
I wake up after two hours sleep, jetlagged and hungover to top it off. We have arrived in St Thomas and I'm eager to get out and explore a little.
I head to the dining room for a breakfast to be a little more civilised (and hopefully less crowded) and have the eggs benedict with corn hash. It's okay. It helps with the hangover a little.
Okay, time to get onto the Island. I disembark ...
... and economy to dwindle.
In 1917, the US bought the Danish West Indies as a result of the threats of expansion from Germany during World War I. In 1927 the residents were granted US Citizenship. They had a locally elected legislature of 15 people but they could not vote for their own Governor until 1970 and in 1972 were granted a delegate to the US Congress. They still do not vote for the US President and their representative does not have ...