Secret Harbourview Villas

Address: PO Box 8529 , St. Thomas, 00801, Virgin Islands US | Villa
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This villa, located on PO Box 8529 , St. Thomas, is near Daydreamer Catamaran, Cardow Jewelers, Little Switzerland, and Colombian Emeralds International.
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      Travel Blogs from St. Thomas

      Windy! Bloody hell its a gale!

      A travel blog entry by oldgumby on Jan 04, 2015


      ... bays and beaches as well as great little shopping precincts that have been very tastefully developed and integrated into the surrounds. It was originally owned by the Rockafeller Family and they donated it to the US Government on the provision that 75% would remain as National Park. When you visit you can see the wisdom of making that stipulation.

      Anyway that's all for now. Hope you're all well and happy.

      US and British Virgin Islands

      A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Jun 22, 2014

      56 photos

      ... We left Great Harbor and motored around the corner to White Bay. We found a mooring ball and hooked on and settled in for the night. At 11:25 pm at night I was awakened by David’s father yelling for us to come up to the cockpit. We jumped out of bed and headed outside. We were less than 50 feet away from the rocky ledges of the island. I ran to the bow of the boat to check to see if our line broke from the mooring. Much to my surprise ...

      St Thomas

      A travel blog entry by jvrk on Feb 11, 2014

      ... to our boat, I called Rob. He didn't answer, so I was in the process of texting him to let him know everything was okay, he called back. He said "Turn around," and he was right behind me on the pier. He had bought the Effy Diversa earrings for his mom.

      Off we went. The first dive was a 60 ft dive at the Kennedy, which was cool. We saw two huge Southern Stingrays (I almost stepped on one!), lots of fish and it was just ...

      St. Thomas, the good...bad...not ugly.

      A travel blog entry by monkeypants on Dec 18, 2013

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... br> the money and go for it. Once we got to
      the top, the views were absolutely breath-taking. I took lots of photographs incorporating the
      bay with the small islands dotted around and also the cruise ships which were
      at dock. It was getting toward lunchtime
      and was unbelievably hot, it had to be the warmest day so far on the entire
      cruise. We enjoyed a rather expensive
      beer in the bar located at Paradise point and also a ...

      Oasis of the Seas Cruise

      A travel blog entry by tavernertales on Dec 16, 2013

      22 photos

      ... that night, we were given a different table but it worked out okay - at least, it was still quieter than the first night even though it was rectangular not round. The best thing about this cruise is that the kids are meeting lots of other kids ...

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