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Monthly Archives: December 2011
Advisory Note: This post is Rated PG-13 The Count of Cow Wreck Bay: A Brief Introduction to Nudity A Guest Post By: Alexandre Smartas (Smar-tah) There are no nude beaches in the BVI. Anegada is no exception. So you can … Continue reading
Here are some photos to highlight parts of our Anegada trip. Tony’s actually working on a post about specific parts of the trip, but you’ll have to wait on that one! We stayed at Neptune’s Treasure, a lovely family-run hotel … Continue reading
I’d first heard about Marina Cay (Key) on Amelia’s blog, Our BVI Adventure before we even arrived here in August. I’d suggest visiting her site for the history of the island, as she’s chronicled it quite well! With our days off for the … Continue reading
This Christmas, even though we’re far from home, we decided to continue our traditional holiday baking. Tony’s favourite is peanut turtles and I usually make some cashew turtles for my Dad. Don’t worry Dad – we’ll make some in February … Continue reading
Bomba Shack is exactly what it sounds like – this creepy guy called Bomba nailed some plywood to some 2x4s on the side of the road and set up a beach bar. As his business grew, he haphazardly nailed up … Continue reading
Oops!! I thought I posted this ages ago! Oh well! This (third week in November) is Virgin Islands Culture Week, and our week had a great kick-off! The official musical ambassadors of the BVI, The Lashing Dogs, performed a concert … Continue reading
As the holidays approach, the cool weather is moving in! It’s been below 80 degrees in the mornings lately, and for the first time in months, cuddling is not completely out of the question! The Mayor’s Christmas Tree is up … Continue reading
Tony may have given up golf when we left the states (no courses in the BVI), but he’s found many a hobby to enjoy here in its place: diving, snorkeling, boating, and now competitive sailing! There is a racing series … Continue reading
When Mom came to visit a few weeks ago I was telling her the only thing I didn’t like about where we live is that the cruise ships don’t come through here. They go to Road Town where they dock, … Continue reading