Caret Bay Villas
Travel Blogs from St. Thomas
... on the front door, “Happy Hour, Come on in!” The free wifi was a bonus as well :P I munched down on a local cuisine I believe was called Mechango that was amazing. It tasted like a unique pulled pork on top of some sort of salad and rice cake. After six local beers (Manga) and the entrée, my bill totaled a whopping $17 :) Yes ma’am!
I got to FaceTime my lovey for a while which was a nice surprise for both of us. It was interesting ...
... by the “Yes /No” game. The place was packed and eventually just as Kelvin started Trivia, we got table. We did quite well but not enough to win which was just as well as the winners got another bottle of shaken up champagne.
We were going to MUTS (Movies under the Stars) but when we got up to deck 16, it was quite windy so we gave it a miss. We hit the Horizon Court buffet for some late night cheese, ...
... the town itself. Just a
few minutes before this man had spoken to us, Dave had suggested walking off
the main street up one of these roads!
We were glad that we had decided against it.
The town of
Charlotte Amalie was really the only disappointment of the day. We found a nice little market as we came away
from the main hub and back to the harbour side.
By now, most of the shops were open and there were a lot ...
... Their son is now an air traffic controller. They were telling us about things to see in DC and also asking about Australia. We haven't seen them around the ship since. It's like that here; you see someone once around the ship and you never ...
... up (the NPS has provided a good shower/restroom setup) and headed back to the barge. Being experienced veterans now, we backed into place and headed back out to St. Thomas. Our major task of the evening was to find a laundromat - the resort only provides laundry service. At $6.50 for a shirt, we decided to mingle with the residents a bit more and hung around the laundromat while our clothes finished. We then headed back for a great dinner at the Sunset Grill (part of the resort) and ...
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