Spanish Town

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Spanish Town Travel Blogs (56)
Days 81-82: Rocks rocks and more rocks!, Spanish Town, Virgin Islands British travel blog

Days 81-82: Rocks rocks and more rocks!

A travel blog entry by mbust02

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... connected. We gave it a nice test sail from Tortola to Virgin Gorda and the boat handled as if it was new. Problem solved. Virgin Gorda is most famous for "The Baths." One end of the island is scattered with a huge assortment of house-size boulders. ...

The Baths - and the rain held back., Spanish Town, British Virgin Islands travel blog

The Baths - and the rain held back.

A travel blog entry by luckydux

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... 31 Yes I know I'm going round and round on the same route. On Tuesdays we have been arriving in Spanishtown, a port on Virgin Gorda where the spectacular Baths are located. In the morning passengers and crew shop and run errands. Wifi is also a plus ...

And now for our last stop in the BVIs, Spanish Town, Caribbean travel blog

And now for our last stop in the BVIs

A travel blog entry by luckydux

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Wednesday, June 15. Leaving the British Virgin Islands means that my job in terms of immigration and customs clearing revs up to full speed. While in the BVIs all the island's count as one country and therefore I didn't have to clear the ship in and ...

The Baths - like a giant tossed huge rocks., Spanish Town, Caribbean travel blog

The Baths - like a giant tossed huge rocks.

A travel blog entry by luckydux

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... passengers here in March 2015 while on the Star Clipper. The Baths are a spectacular tourist attraction on the island of Virgin Gorda. The huge boulders look like a giant tossed them around and consequently mazes formed and the Caribbean Sea makes its ...