Caret Bay Villas
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... though I had known this time of separation from family had come it was still a difficult time for me none the less. "Home Boy" likes to have his girls nearby. Anyway it is all part of the Grand Plan so as to speak so it has to be endured. I will meet up with Tina again in Tahiti in late March or early April if all goes according to plan and we may be able to get the girls onboard again during the Pacific crossing depending on their study commitments and finances. Leo and Kate now plan ...
... 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 ...
... was I told the guy and his reply was that they had sixty people arrive at the same time (which was an exaggeration because there were only 27 people on our boat) … well hello!! That was why we preordered!!! Anyway, we finished our meal then walked to the boutique that is located there and barely had time to look at and buy a really nice dry bag that we found. We were the last ones back on the boat, but ...
... Chanel makeup and a Tiffany and Co store. We pretty much ended up spending our day shopping and we got to see so much of beautiful St.Thomas just like we wanted to. But of course no day is complete for us without a traditional stop at Senor Frog's which we did before heading back aboard.
All in all St. Thomas was a breathtaking stop and although we didn't get to spend as much time as we would've hoped, getting the chance to spend any time there was absolutely amazing!
... After finding the right shirt, we stopped on the second floor at Island Time Pub and watched dinghy's, boats, and all the action at the marina. It was happy hour but the thought of navigating the drive with even one drink seemed like Mission Impossible. It looked like quite a few locals stopping up after work and also looked like really good pizza. We headed back toward the hotel.
The next stop was Bolongo ...
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