Back at Christmas Cove


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Published: January 28th 2014
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We’re back at Christmas Cove relaxing after a busy week with guests aboard. After our last post, we sailed to Great Harbour on Jost Van Dyke (British Virgin Islands) and hung out there for a while. It was great to be back – according to our passports, the last time we were in the BVI was in 2009. During our 5-day stay, we visited with the owners of several local businesses, chatted with other ... Read Full Entry



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Visitors to Drunk Bay use the broken coral, rocks and coconuts to make interesting 3-d graffiti
Annaberg ruinsAnnaberg ruins
Annaberg ruins

Part of a sugar plantation on the north side of St. John
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3 Mermaids and Jon

Dinner ashore at Tickles
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Sunset Christmas Cove

Watching for the green flash (there was one)



28th January 2014

Great photos
Thanks for the blogs. I do enjoy seeing where your travels take you. I am sure you are not missing our polar vortex. I do not remember coldness this deep for this long.(again -35 to -45 windchills). Safe and happy travels. Jo Anne
1st February 2014

Nanny Cay
Your visit reminds me - the Cay was a marina & yacht sales only. Bette was a broker in a Caribbean association that met occasionaly at Nanny Cay, as well as the other islands. Great thoughts about our years down island. Thank you, Fred

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