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After an exciting first night adventure camping on the beach, we decided to stay at an actual hotel for night #2. ...It was a good choice. We were exhausted, tramping around on the beach (okay, I say "tramping around" on the world's #2 most beautiful beach) to watch the sunrise without another soul in sight in perfectly clear, blue skies and waters …
Finally! The ferry docked at the cutest little town on the cutest littlest bluest greenest most beautiful island--and we just knew we were going to like it there. To top it off, we had made friends with Chester and Alex, two cool Minneapolitans, on the way over. We had a leisurely dinner at the Dinghy Dock (where Deb met a nice couple who used to live in Florida but now live on their sailboat and travel the world) and bought ...
... again as soon as possible.
Note to cruisers: Brewers Bay is a well protected, calm anchorage with excellent holding and easy access to nearby Charlotte Amalie. The nice beach is public with trash dumpsters available. Few boats apparently take advantage of this location – perhaps because it’s right next to the airport runway and can be noisy during the day with jet arrivals. But the planes don’t come and go during the ...
... only. Fortunately, the rain lasted only about 10 minutes, and we were soon back outside, enjoying the views and the brightening skies.
It was about a 45 minute ferry ride to St. John. By the time we got there, the weather had improved significantly, and we hopped on an open air taxi (a converted pick up truck, really) for the 15 minute ride to Trunk Bay.
As I mentioned yesterday, there would be a price to pay for my "over indulgence" in long ...
... out the owners are Mizzou grads. We tore ourselves away from Woody's with the idea of getting a taxi to check out Caneel Bay. (By now it was probably 5 p.m.; we weren't really keeping track of time and that was a very welcome change!)
We ended up at the Waterside Bistro for the great view and another cocktail. We then took a cab to Caneel Bay just as it was getting dark. What a lovely ...
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We were adequately accomodated for one night, though there was loud music coming from the bar downstairs. It was cheap (<$60), so we knew we wouldn't have the Ritz.
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