Monday, 4 February 2013

Spotlight On Tortola

A day might not be enough to tour this island—all 21 square miles of it—not because there's so much to see and do but because you're meant to relax while you're here. Time stands still even in Road Town, the island's biggest community (though not as still as it did even in the early 1990s), where the hands of the central square's clock occasionally move but never tell the right time. The harbor, however, is busy with sailboats—this is the charter-boat capital of the Caribbean. Tortola's roads dip and curve around the island and lead to lovely, secluded accommodations.

1 comment:

  1. Hey, even a broken clock is right twice a day! LOL


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