When the weather gets cold up North, folks start dreaming of warm-weather, tropical adventures in the Caribbean. And we hope that many of you are headed our way to the US Virgin Islands and St Croix. With many airlines now charging baggage fees, it’s more important than ever to be mindful of what you are […]
My St Croix Blog
When visiting an island for the first, fifth or fiftieth time, it's always helpful to explore ahead of time to find out what's new and exciting. Enjoy browsing through our St Croix vacation blog articles and Virgin Islands Travel Guide listings.
Christmas is just around the corner and I don’t know about you, but I’m no where NEAR done shopping! This year, I plan to whole-heartedly embrace the “shop local” ideal by purchasing gifts that celebrate St Croix and support local business. If you’re not here on St Croix, but still want to give the gift […]
In December 2001, I got on a plane with my dog and two cats and took a giant leap of faith moving to the Caribbean. It was something I’d dreamed of since I was a little girl wistfully watching “Gilligan’s Island”, “Pipi Longstocking” and “The Swiss Family Robinson”. Yes, the thought of being stranded on […]
In June of this year, I had the absolute pleasure of hanging out with and getting to know the REAL Shane Reynolds of Nat Geo Wild’s Shane Untamed and his beautiful wife and professional photographer Romona Robbins Reynolds. They had come down to chill out after a busy year of globe trotting and producing their […]
Last week I took the plunge and conquered my fears and after 10 years of SCUBA diving, I experienced a night dive. What drew me in finally was the possibility of witnessing the coral spawning. I’m still not sure if I saw it, but what I did experience was something surreal and out of this […]
Recently, I spent the afternoon hiking with my island family of close friends to Jacks & Isaacs Bay on the East End of St Croix. It had been several years since I’d been down there and I had remembered a somewhat strenuous hike with a bit of rock climbing involved, so I was a little concerned […]