Crystal Cove Villas
Travel Blogs from St. Thomas
... a set of large smooth grant rocks that have formed intricate creveses and tight paths. The trail takes about 20 minutes to complete and you are rewarded with Devil’s Beach on the other side. We had a wonderful dinner at Che Bamboo compliments of grandma and grandpa.
Regrettably our week with Dave’s parents had come to an end. We dropped them off in Road Town so they could take the fast ferry back to St. Thomas to catch their flight. ...
... me off no end – an old bat if ever there was one. When I said no thank you and she questioned my decision, I told her she was too pushy and walked off and she called out to me “I only wanted to make you beautiful” so I shot back to her “I’m already beautiful “!!!
She had no idea what to say other than ***** about me to other sales persons but by then I was already at the back of ...
... and engaging….there was
something about the way the people of St Thomas spoke which made me feel
distinctly uneasy. Their tone appeared
to be more demanding than helpful and, even if Dave and I were just chatting to
one another, someone would invariably ask us what we wanted or what were we
We tried not to let
this worry us too much and we enjoyed a nice cup of tea (I had coffee) in a
... or Frank Sinatra; we knew most of them but not all. Still, it was a good fun and most of the people who got up were quite energetic and had a great time. Some of them were in fact quite good.
The next morning, Day 3 was a sea day. We ...
... and the Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument, we head out into the park proper (keeping left, of course). The park contains old sugar mill ruins, hiking trails, and numerous beaches. We headed for Trunk Bay for snorkeling. Since our snorkeling experience on Ofu Island (American Samoa in 2008), we have looked forward to doing a reef again. Having heard great things about this site, we were pretty excited. The reef was great and we saw tons of fish, a stingray, and a barracuda. ...