Bay has a snorkeling trail with underwater markers explaining what you
Trunk Bay is a mile-long beach, it often seems deserted.
are no stop lights on St. John because it's so small. Coral Bay is
the second largest "town" on the island. It seems there
were about nine houses in town. We had lunch at a
Coral Bay Vista Point
little car for exploring the island. However, we lost the car keys in the trunk
when the key chain broke out here at a vista point overlooking Coral Bay
(see last picture). We had to rip out the lining behind the seats to reach the keys.
Oh yeah, it was 95 degrees and 90% humidity with no shade nearby. It
was the only thing that spoiled an otherwise perfect day in paradise.
is how close the United Kingdom is to the United States. Tortola is
the largest of the British Virgin Islands and a very popular day-trip from
the U.S. Virgins.
enjoys the late afternoon sun near the Annaberg sugar mill ruins.
Cruising Back to Red Hook
need to explain it. Just enjoy it.
at the Ferry in Red Hook
only other thing that spoiled the perfect day in paradise was back in Red
Hook. When we returned to the ferry dock on St. Thomas, we found
that our rental Jeep was completely surrounded by other cars in the
parking lot. It took about an hour-and-a-half for a tow truck to
arrive and tow the red car away. It would have been fun to see the
look on the driver's face when they got off the ferry.