Myett's Garden and Grille
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... untouched islands dotted the landscape – so many that
he led his imagination go a bit wild and named them “Las Once Mil Virgenes”
after the legendary St. Ursula and the 11,000 virgins.
Of course Columbus
wasn’t the first to come across the Virgin Islands. Amerindian tribes had made
their way up the island chain by canoe from Venezuela several hundred years
earlier, settling in small villages along the ...
... and healing over on the high seas again. This island was called this by the explorer Christopher Columbus in 14something
because it reminded him of a fat virgin (Virgin Gorda) laying on her back. So the legend says, that there was a raiding party of Huns back in the 4th century; and instead of enduring (now I quote from the book,) ' A fate worse than death,'....... all eleven thousand of them decided to commit suicide rather than submit to the ...
Good morning everyone! Today Amb woke up not feeling very well so we took our time getting the day started. After we ate we headed out with the thought of going snorkeling at Brewer's Bay. I had read online that it is a good place to go. We try to follow the map, but it isn’t very detailed so it is hard to really know if you are going the right way or not. Our only saving grace is that there ...
... some day. I then took a steam bath followed by a shower. That felt good.
It's the second formal night tonight. We're a lot informal than before. After dinner I started packing to make tomorrow night easier. Then Bob and I went up to Revelation to see people dance to the 50s and 60s music and watch the "Friendly Feud". Never saw that many people there before - every seat was occupied.
... only took about 30 minutes to accrue the required cash, so I trotted back for a glass of fizzy wine to celebrate.
Apparently it is not normal to view a casino and its slots as an ATM but it appears to have worked quite well for me on this trip. Maybe it was my lucky Barbados elephant ...