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Today we arrived in St. Thomas. Our shore excursion wasn't until 1PM so we decided to walk around a bit which really wasn't the most fun we've ever had. The area surrounding the ship is, understandably, very touristy. That means overpriced not so good food. We should have had lunch on the cruise ship but eventually you just want to eat somewhere else. There goes another $30 down the drain. Oh well.
For our excursion ...
... gear for Alaska. This is my gear list for traveling to the islands:
- Swimsuit (s)
- Tank Tops
- Wr aps
- Aqua Socks
- Hoo die/Light Fleece
- Suntan Lotion
- Bug Spray
- After Sun Lotion
- Insulated ...
... under this rain to be all wet. This
weekend I'm going to climb El Toro Negro, which is the highest peak
of the rainforest at 1075 meters of altitude, I can't wait to be
Oh! About the title, is because the day we left the island, a 7 years old girl found grenades on the beach near the wrecked tank and they exploded. The grenades date of the second world war, when US use the island for army practice. The girl still at the hospital, but she survived!!!
... at 2:14 am. and went on a walk around the ship for about an hour. The party was over at Spice H2O, but about 30 folks were still dancing and hanging out in Bliss nightclub. Then I ran into Jon and his Norwegian and Danish friends at O’Sheehan’s Irish pub getting late-night munchies.
Bed at 3:25. We’re at 19º 23.41’ N, 66º 42.25’ W heading northwest toward Miami. We’ve got two sea days before our arrival into Miami early Saturday ...
We got two days off together on the 15th and 16th of December and we headed off to St Thomas in the US Virgin Islands instead of doing laundry and housework. A short ride by ferry, it was worlds apart from the mostly non-touristy island of Tortola. We landed in Charlotte Amalie and immediately you knew you were in the US, yes there was still that Caribbean ...