Crystal Cove Villas
Travel Blogs from St. Thomas
Senoorrrr Frogs! A hoy! It was happening! As happening as it was, the drinks cost about 225% more than the last place I was at (Genesis). I had one beer and made my way to the dance floor when I heard “Cupid Shuffle” blaring through the restaurant. As I was dancing I started noticing the local predators throughout the bar. They poured shots down tourists mouths and whispered sweet nothings, as I got a quick clue this wasn’t the ...
The call for breakfast woke us up. After eating, we lounged around the room; Rob napped, and I checked email. At 12:45pm, I headed down to meet Jennifer for scuba diving. The walk to the dive shop was much faster than we expected, so we got their early.
We wandered around the port area and bought some snacks at the grocery. Then we went back to the shop and joined them on the boat. It was the same crew as last time ...
... the Island
and see what shops there were over there.
Our plan, if you remember, was to get a taxi back but I think we were
both feeling a little unsure now as to whether a private taxi would be a good
idea. When a man in a car with blacked
out windows pulled alongside us and offered us a lift, our decision was
cemented….we would walk the mile and a half back! He didn’t even have a taxi sign and the
... s first professional musical. I will really have to book tickets for Wicked on Broadway when we go to New York.
I guess we were a fair way out to sea as the ship was quite rocky. I started getting a headache so I laid down for a ...
... 10 in Mickey's Golden Doubloon Buccaneers Locker), to eye patches ($12), hand hooks ($20), plastic swords ($25) and pirate hats ($30).
Everyone wore some, all or more than this. Can you believe some people actually brought pirate costumes with them on to the boat?
I, however, stuck with my most popular costume, that of "a miserable old git from England".
The costumes were bad enough, but then we had to contend with the "arrr"s. With everyone you ...