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We arrived at Virgin Gorda, on Tuesday, in a small 8 passenger plane that had me a little unnerved at first but the pilot had flown this so many times and he knew his route and plane so well I settled in for the 50 minute ride over miles of ocean dotted with large and small islands, some with large cities and villages and others uninhabited. It was beautiful. The clouds ...
... by the Nav System and aided by a small amount of moonlight. Safely through, we saw many boats at anchor some with no mooring lights making them very difficult to see. Finding a spot that we could drop anchor, we could finally relax and have some dinner and sleep.
The next morning we were both still pretty tired but needed to find the Customs and Immigration office to check in. Having not found it on the first day we were aware that if a patrol found us, we would ...
... In order to get to their huts, they developed the art of stilt walking. The most commonly known myth, however, states that the art of stilt walking was practiced by the African tribe’s witch doctor who towered himself over the village in order to see and ward off evil spirits. The word “jumbie” means spirit and “mocko” (as in mockery), means imitation or likeness. Hence, Mocko Jumbie means imitation ...
... walk up our hill and down towards the dive shop to inquire about diving here. They go out every day mostly from Spanish Town, but it would cost $280.00 just for a morning dive (like 4 hours)!! We decide to wait and see how the snorkeling goes. This takes quite a bit of time because Caitlin is very informative. I’m hungry so we have toast for breakfast before heading out… we aren’t sure where we are ...
... attempt to find them, but they were lost. They were cheap, so no huge loss.
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We ended up coming out onto Devil's Beach which was a gorgeous white sand beach surrounded by huge boulders. There were many sailboats and yachts lined up and they were bringing swimmers and snorkelers in by dingy. We found a shady spot to put our gear ...