A Dream Come True Villa

Address: Pond and Savannah Bay Beaches, Virgin Gorda, VG1150, Virgin Islands British | Villa
 
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This villa, located on Pond and Savannah Bay Beaches, Virgin Gorda, is near River Street Savannah, Old Town Trolley Tours of Savannah, Creepy Crawl Haunted Pub Tour, and Riverfront Plaza.
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Travel Blogs from Virgin Gorda

Serene Savanna

A travel blog entry by curt1941 on Oct 15, 2014

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... anything else. Soooo they had two staircases to keep temptation away from the dastardly devils that had top hats on. The horrors of it all. I wondered what would happen if these guys would be reincarnated again and land on Malibu beach in August....Gazooks, they'd they'd run around with that 4 hour Viagra symptom thing that they advertise on TV. Anyhow, I do truly love the town of Savanna and will return again one day. ...

Beautiful flowers and Friendly people

A travel blog entry by bps258 on May 29, 2014

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... for storms that were predicted to start in the next day or two. I was getting prepared and ready to have a great time regardless of rain or shine.
We landed at a small airport and went through customs. Davis' work permit was there and we were free to get going. The van from Rosewood Little Dix Bay came and two really great guys, Tyrone and Alphie picked us up and ...

Found the postcard picture.

A travel blog entry by munchkins on Apr 12, 2014

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... illegal immigrants and could face a heavy fine. The following day we found the office in the morning and registered and had our passports stamped. The next few days we anchored in several different spots as we tried to avoid the wind and also get a good signal for some wifi.

Between two of the Islands was a picturesque rocky outcrop named Saba Rock. A hotel was built on it, and one evening Kathie and I took the dingy over and stayed for a while, each trying a ...

Day 21

A travel blog entry by destined2travel on Dec 13, 2013

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... of a spirit.

Mocko Jumbie dancing came to the Caribbean islands in the early 1900’s. Mocko Jumbies were traditionally male, but the art of stilt dancing has recently become popular among women as well.

Throughout the years, there has been significant changes in the costumes and makeup of a Mocko Jumbie. Traditionally, African-inspired costumes and masks were worn to conceal the identity of the ...

Day 18

A travel blog entry by destined2travel on Dec 10, 2013

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... but there seems to be one major road that goes from one end of the island to the other. The island is 8 miles in length total so I don’t think that we can get lost! Lol. Amb stops at this beautiful beach and we just start walking when the skies open up and it starts to rain! We jump back into the car… we’ll come back another time. By the time we get to Spanish Town (which is about the half-way point) ...