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... British Virgin Islands have some of the most beautiful geographic areas in the world blessed with sun-drenched powdery beaches and tranquil turquoise waters.
We decided on an Island and beach tour for our day trip today. We boarded an open style bus for sightseeing including Beacons Point, Skyline Drive and the Botanical Gardens of St. Peter Greathouse. We had about 2 hours for ...
... other, and the previous hotels were tough to beat! But as you move farther down the bay, the water gets more aqua because there is less rock/coral on the shallow floor of the sea. So, in front of our balcony, is a HUGE, PERFECTLY perched palm tree with a picturesque background of the crystal clear James Bay. We LOVE our room- quaint and smaller than the others, yet high quality.
We had lunch in hotel's casual ...
... fish, and brightly colored tropical creatures you see on TV and in pictures!
Next, we swam back to the boat (quite a workout, actually!). Lunch was ready; we had worked up an appetite, so it tasted extra delicious! Tony was ready to slather on the sunscreen and stay in the shade. Others swam back to shore to walk on the beach. Not me! I headed for the deck and sprawled out on some netting above the water. I wanted to lie ...
... it was too soon after lunch to eat) so we'd thought we'd enjoy the free booze while we were waiting for our flight to be called. We hadn't been there very long when in walked Colin and Liz! They came over to join us, so it was just like extending our holiday a little bit. :-)
We enjoyed the conversation along with a few beers and vodkas, and then all too soon we heard the announcement for our flight. We said goodbye to Colin and Liz and off we ...
... they looked "so gelataneous."
Our last stop was the best for sure and that was a swim with the sea turtles--a first for me and most definitely the biggest draw. Our captain warned us that whether we saw sea turtles was up to Mother Nature and given the amount of rain and wind I left behind in New York, I know her to be a moody, moody thing. Luckily, she decided to grace us with a view of her creatures. Quite frankly, this place could ...
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