Villa Flamenco Beach
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Checked out of Sopers hole in BVIs and off we head for St Thomas in US Virgin Islands to stock up Ellisa before we start our 4 day sail west. A fab sail and let's hope we get the same good winds and seas when we leave. Not to be disappointed 3 cruise liners in port when we arrive and lots of waddling Americans! Fully stocked we head round to Brewers bay by the airport for our final swim in shark free ...
... There is a departure tax of $15.00 each that has to be paid as well before you leave Tortola. We arrive in St. Thomas with no problems and catch a taxi to Sapphire Beach Resort (costs us $12.00). Kathleen (the property manager) is at the condo and they are just finishing the cleaning. Check in isn’t normally until 3:00, so we are lucky that they are done. We have another amazing place to stay…totally different than what we have had ...
... better yet a simple compass. There are many sailboat and powerboat rentals for island hopping. On a little less daring trip, these islands are all connected by ferries since most do not have airports. Charlotte Amalie on St. Thomas serves as the areas capital although St. Croix is the biggest island of the three. In as little as 20 minutes, you're docking in St. John from St. Thomas as St. John does not have an airport.
St. Thomas is ...
I arrived in San Juan at 10pm completely starving. After a quick taxi ride into old town San Juan, I made it to the hostel we would be staying for the night. The taxi driver said he knew exactly where I was staying, so I found myself in front of a building with no sign or address. I tried calling Amanda but she didn't answer until I tried back a few times. I began to question whether or not I was in the right location, when Amanda answered and ...
... Latin America is a joke. I can’t wait to see the 1,000 foot redwoods, the giant Sequoias, the Grand Canyon, the hottest place in the western hemisphere, once of my favorite regions on earth-San Diego and Orange County, and experience what I’m sure will be a new favorite: San Francisco! So much to see, so much to do-I need eternity. I’m not at all pleased that this trip is only 18 days, but money is definitely a factor and the trip is ...