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... they hunted and
fished. There were no traces of these earlier inhabitants by the time Columbus
arrived and Europeans soon followed his lead. First the Dutch settled on the
western end of Tortola in the mid-17th century and later they were
supplanted by the British, who annexed the small archipelago to the Leeward
Islands in 1672.
settlers built cotton and sugar plantations and before long were ...
... Can you just imagine that? …... anyway, thus endeth the lesson for today. Back to the good stuff. The island is famous for 'The Baths,' a granite bouldered beach with crystal clear waters.
Most people go straight there, but there is so much more to see. We anchored in North Sound, not far from Ric************'s island called Necka and I can totally see why he bought it. And dinghyed over to... and wait for it.... yes..... The Bitter End. A yacht ...
... the dining room and as it turned out all of us were going to see "Blame it on the Boogie" in the Princess Theatre. Everyone at the table skipped dessert and headed for the show. Jeff and I made a detour to our room for glasses of wine to take with (and to ensure we would not be seated anywhere near that Colorado couple. hahaha.)
Not the very best day because of the weather and tendering...but dressing up was fun, meeting Al and Nancy was great - go with the flow and have a great ...
Good morning everyone! Today Amb woke up not feeling very well so we took our time getting the day started. After we ate we headed out with the thought of going snorkeling at Brewer's Bay. I had read online that it is a good place to go. We try to follow the map, but it isn’t very detailed so it is hard to really know if you are going the right way or not. Our only saving grace is that there ...
... roads, blind corners, drivers going way too fast...all the things necessary to turn a simple drive into the kind of thrill seeking activity my insurance asked me about when I filled out forms.
Overall, while it was great to see a new place, St. Thomas is not somewhere we're interested in returning to. It just doesn't have the beauty or charm of somewhere you would expect to see on a Caribbean cruise.