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... of Assembly and a
Governor appointed by the Queen. The archipelago is comprised of over 50
islands, islets and cays, many of which are uninhabited. There are four main
islands in this idyllic group, the largest of which is Tortola, with a population
of 24,000 and serving as the centre of the territory’s commerce and government.
is beautiful and lush with green mountains and velvety white beaches dotting
... rest of us, who like to live life to the full, here goes. And I think you're really going to like this.
It sounded like a mosquito scuttling across the sky... till your eyes and brain adjust
to what you are looking at. And this is something I never ever thought I would see. And yes! Now I have just got to find a person with one...... then convince him, or her, that I definitely need to go on it! Let me try and explain what it is. Think of a dinghy, ...
... other people really like it. There is also a campground located there… and I use that term VERY lightly. I wouldn’t recommend staying there either… it looks very decrepit although there was a woman who was raking around the property. Just didn’t get the warm and fuzzies here. After that we continue in the direction that we were going and come to the end of the road at ...
... no sales tax. For lunch, we visited this little quaint place called Glady's Cafe. Decent jerk wings and nice local beer made it a comfortable stop although nothing amazing. They're famous for their hot sauce although I couldn't really say it was better than all the other hot sauces I've tried around this area. We walked back from downtown to the ship, which was a mistake as it was probably 2km and super hot. I was ok but Yang was wilting.
... to our destination, Sugar Bay resort and our awaiting catamaran. We were 20 minutes late but they waited for us and the other ten people from our ship who had also signed up for the sailing. The boat was just beautiful as it looked almost brand new, not the typical rust bucket that you see quite often on cruise ship excursions. Which is why we booked this on our own and not through the ship. The crew obviously knew what they were doing and there ...