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... waiting for us. She whisked us through the diplomatic line of passport control and we were soon on a scenic van ride to our Villa.
Part of the sweepstakes package was a four night stay at the luxurious private estate, Emerald Crest at the Green Banks Villa. The owners, Roosevelt and Ethlyn George, were there to welcome us to our new home in paradise. Roosevelt and Ethlyn immediately ...
... Bay beach and relax for the day. The weather was not cooperating and threatening to rain so we got off the ship and after speaking with numerous taxi and jitney bus drivers (open air busses) we thought an island tour would be best. One person we spoke with was called Capt'n Friendly., he was very boisterous and adamant we had to go with him but unfortunately no one was sitting in his bus so we did not want to ...
... the boat remaining under quarantine until Customs opened again in the morning. Damn Brits!
What a gorgeous place the Virgin Islands are, a string of green mountainous islands packed closely together inviting constant island hopping, just what we have in store for the next month. The 60 islands that comprise the B.V.Is offer no shortage of scenic views, covered in their blossoming greenery. Steven and I laughed at how someday, probably not too far off, ...
... the best resort in the Caribbean, Jumby Bay met me and took me home to have afternoon tea with his lovely family for a couple of hours. A cup of tea cake always helps calm the English and anchor us to what we know! Joining the hopping flights to St kitts, St Martaan and finally Tortolla added to my confusion and wide eyed wonder at the surreal 24hrs I was part of. Meeting Gill at the airport, joining Fabiola and big hugs from Lisa and ...
... and made for a cool ambiance but I just wanted to tool around. To actually see wildlife is better done snorkeling. It was also interesting how currents ran through the cove. When we got close to the pier at the Marriott, it was like a vacuum sucked us to the landing.
One interesting fact that Nate shared is that all beaches on the island are public. We paddled by two multi million dollar houses and he pointed out ...
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