(May 22, 2012) – The British Virgin Islands Tourist Board is pleased to again support BVI Music...Read More
Category: British Virgin Islands
Had a nice dinner last night at an Italian/Caribbean fusion restaurant called the Rock Café. We ate inside because of the heat but the outside had the prettiest setting with a waterfall and moody lighting. Very cool. This...Read More
I decided to blog today right from the beach. So, still waterlogged and inches away from my snorkeling equipment, I sit, feet in the sand, waves crashing right at my feet. I’m in Devil’s Bay today on...Read More
It’s the second day of my trip and it’s been an amazing one. Passed out cold last night after a long day of travel and dinner at Charlie’s restaurant at the marina at Wickhams Cay II on Tortola. We sailed to Monkey Point, Guana...Read More
Yesterday was a long day of planes, boats, and automobiles. But now I am awake, ready and aboard the Pinguino, my home for the week as I sail the British Virgin Islands with Sunsail and Discover Boating. I am heading to sea...Read More
With 21.5 square miles the mountainous island of Tortola is the biggest in the group of the British Virgin Islands. A few days ago, I arrived by cruise ship as the second to last stop in a 7 day cruise. Traveling that way means,...Read More
It was just over a year ago when Clive of British Virgin Islands Tourism turned ITKT readers on to the Painkiller, a popular inebriant on the British Virgin Islands. This year, Clive is back with more of the low-down about...Read More
Maryl stops by the British Virgin Islands booth at the Los Angeles Times Adventurers Expo to chat with Clive of BVI Tourism. Sounds like the “Painkiller” cures everything that ails. For more on British Virgin Islands...Read More
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