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... that would save us 25%, that we were actually paying for each one separately. I gave them my card and signed the slip the first night but not the rest so we didn't realize this. So we had to go to complain. The guest relations guy said that we drank the 5 bottles so we should pay for it....I told him if we knew that was happening we would have only drank a glass...and for that we spent $100 more than we would have......actually we still would have wine for supper but would have ...
... we were in luck, in that there was enough room on the very packed boat. We took the catamaran with a huge group from Denmark over to Buck Island. First, we had a stop on a beach, to have a swim and make sure all of our snorkel gear was working fine. Since we were visiting a NP, there would be limited time on the reef. We got over to the reef and were required to take a short "guided snorkeling tour" so the guides could gauge if we were fit enough ...
... sale - greatly improved bottling capacity (in Kentucky) and a relatively endless supply of oak barrels for aging the rum. Apparently, bourbon can only be aged in new barrels, so at least some of the used barrels find their way to St. Croix for the 14 month (for white rum) or 5-12 year (for dark or single barrel rum) aging process. Of course, following the tour, there was rum tasting and the opportunity to by rum ...
... peaceful, but also beginning to show a bit of age around the edges. No worries - points again and an idyllic setting in which to conclude our Caribbean adventure.Unfortunately, the resort dining room is full, so we opted for a place we saw down the road - "Rowdy Joe's" - which turned out to be AMAZING. The food was fresh, expertly prepared, and presented in a truly laid back atmosphere with a reggae soundtrack. A WINNER!!We got back to the room and collapsed. Tomorrow's another ...
Our first port of call was Frederiksted, St. Croix (USVI). At 84 sq mis, St. Croix is the largest of the US Virgin Islands and the furthest east US territory from the mainland (assuming you don't go to Guam or Somoa). Frederiksted is a local town, so we hopped a local shuttle to Christenden about 20-30 miles away. Even though the vehicles are all American with left ...
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