Sea View Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... and boats offloading tourists. Still accompanied by our friends, we navigate into White Bay, through the breaks in the coral reef. The water is gin clear with the sea bed and reef clearly visible, a perfect snorkelling venue! We had to pick our spot to anchor between the buoys, it was a very tight anchorage, with many large catamarans swinging and doece doeing on them. The Soggy Dollar was a popular pit stop it seemed, we went ashore to look it over. Ingrid and I left the boys ...
... we went for a snorkel. The waters were so clear and filled with life. We could see 20 feet straight down. It was amazing. We headed out of the baths to the restaurant up top called Top Of The Baths. We had a great lunch and a few drinks called Pain Killers. The Top of The Baths has its own pool and a sushi bar not to mention an incredible view. The other big point of interest on Virgin Gorda ...
... is to be lost and how it seems to be the story of my life lately always having to take the back roads and I couldn't help but throw in a "really Jane" every so often!! So, our day in St Thomas is off to a cracking start but finally Jane manages to get us to the top of the mountain, the views along the way are simply stunning and quite frankly I'm really glad we went this way as there wasn't all the tourist buses and cars on this narrow road. First stop was supposed to ...
... and I can only hope that we will be going faster than it is. The ride over is a good one, however the cloud does catch up with us just as we reach Road Town Harbour. We have watched the wall of water coming behind us so Chuck is prepared and we ride the storm out in the outer Harbour (rain storms here rarely last more than a few minutes and are usually just a sprinkle). Chuck continues into Village Cay (pronounced key) to dock. ...
As we prepare to set off here is some trivia.
Christopher Columbus named the island “Las Once Mil Virgenes” after the legendary St. Ursula, and the 11,000 virgins.
The largest island is Tortola.
Our boat for this trip is the Luna Kahuna