Address: Frenchman's Cay, West End, Tortola, VG100, Virgin Islands British | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Frenchman's Cay, West End, is near White Bay, Callwood Distillery, Serenity Spa, and Frenchman's Cay.
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    Love to stay

    A travel blog entry by isabelmarie on Oct 10, 2014

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    I'm so tired. Work is boring. Still having a good time after work and in the weekends though! Just a short entry.. I need to sleep!!! I came to a point where I feel so very comfortable with the people here. We get to know each other better with every time we meet.. Well I just got 4 weeks left but it's so worth to hang out with all of them! In the meantime ...

    Brewer's bay and St. Thomas snorkeling

    A travel blog entry by leahkeith-houle on Jul 17, 2014

    ... Today. At times I saw Channing have only 6inches of clearance before she hit coral with her skin and I did see fire coral so this had a element of danger. We spotted two good sized sting rays and a white fish I followed until it landed on the bottom and covered itself with sand I watched it do it and I had trouble finding it again. We saw a large quantity of fish the were in the middle of the bay some blue one's came up to your hands. The sea urchins were also in ...

    Charlotte Amalie, Saint Thomas, USVI

    A travel blog entry by razab on Mar 11, 2014

    12 photos

    ... that they recently opened a Home Depot on the island; before that, getting construction tools and materials was difficult.

    And there are a number of homes that seem to be perpetually in a state of half-completion, with upper floors started, apparently years earlier, but never finished. Our guide explained that between the hurricanes and the locals general non-use of banks or loans, people did construction when they could, with long breaks in-between phases.


    Day 31

    A travel blog entry by destined2travel on Dec 23, 2013

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    ... my comfort levels sometimes, but I think that I do the same for her. Today we move on to St. Thomas by ferry. We have booked a place in the Sapphire Beach Resort and we are looking forward to that. We are hoping that the weather improves a little bit… it has rained almost every day here, although the locals say that the weather has been very unusual this year. I think that we are going to freeze in Ecuador… it has been 66 degrees ...

    Island Time Continues

    A travel blog entry by dixiej on Apr 06, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... money and she cleared a table herself and got us seated. But what an ordeal. We found the menu very limited and all had a hard time finding something to order. The waitress was terribly slow so we spent too much time waiting for everything.

    Another interesting fact that I never knew and never even thought about until recent years is the existence of the "no see 'em". These annoying bugs you can't see, can barely feel, and leave you ...