Saturday, 1 June 2013

PLEASE READ!

What a great time we had on this cruise.  Although our cruise has come and gone, I will keep this blog online to hopefully help others.  When I began this blog for our Cruise Critic roll call, my intention was to help others who were going to be on board as well.  

Since our cruise is over, I had no point to come back here.  However, I just booked another cruise and decided to start a new blog for that one so back I came to use this one as a template.  To my surprise, this blog is STILL receiving several hits a day due to google searches on information that is supplied here.  

Obviously, this blog is helping others locate travel information. Because of this, the blog will remain online in hopes of aiding people with their travel plans.  Realize that I will not be updating the information here.  All the information was accurate as of March 2013, so please keep this in mind while surfing around on this site.  

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Happy Travels all!

Sarah



Sunday, 24 February 2013

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Tuesday, 19 February 2013

And that folks....

Concludes the spotlights on Grand Turk, San Juan, St. Thomas and Tortola.  If you missed anything or would like to refer back to a spotlight, just go to the link labeled "Spotlight on..." under the appropriate port on the right side bar on this blog. There you will find each spotlight organized by point of interest.








Monday, 18 February 2013

Spotlight Tortola - Zenaidas of West End



Vivian Jenik Helm travels through South America, Africa, and India in search of batiks, hand-painted and hand-blocked fabrics, and interesting weaves that can be made into pareus (women's wraps) or wall hangings. The shop also sells unusual bags, belts, sarongs, scarves, and ethnic jewelry.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Soper's Hole Marina, West End, VG1130
  • Phone: 284/495-4867
  • Location: West End

Spotlight Tortola - Old Government House Museum



The official government residence until 1997, this gracious building now displays a nice collection of artifacts from Tortola's past. The rooms are filled with period furniture, hand-painted china, books signed by Queen Elizabeth II on her 1966 and 1977 visits, and numerous items reflecting Tortola's seafaring legacy.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Waterfront Dr., Road Town, Tortola, VG11110 | Map It
  • Phone: 284/494-4091
  • Cost: $3
  • Hours: Weekdays 9--3
  • Location: Road Town and Environs


Sunday, 17 February 2013

Spotlight Tortola - Sunny Caribbee

In a brightly painted West Indian house, this store packages its own herbs, teas, coffees, vinegars, hot sauces, soaps, skin and suntan lotions, and exotic concoctions—Arawak Love Potion and Island Hangover Cure, for example.