The Arts Alive Spring Arts & Crafts Festival is the oldest consecutive arts festival on St. Thomas. The 2-day event takes place at Tillett Gardens. You can visit resident galleries and browse various kiosks and tables set up throughout the garden. Admire and purchase beautiful ... Read More


Touring the Four Square Rum Distillery was not only fun but very informative. The distillery is located on the southern slopes of the St. George Valley, St. Phillip, Barbados, West Indies. That is where the Tommy Bahama Rum is produced. Dawn, the Tour Guide walked the group of visitors through ... Read More


The Carlos Aguilar Match Race is a five day race that is sailed in the beautiful Charlotte Amalie harbor in early December. The course passes close to the seawall allowing spectators a great view. There is an Open Division and a Women Division. A regatta ... Read More


Growing up, I was taught to appreciate art, culture, and history that inspired artists to create his/her masterpiece. Those childhood lessons led me to explore the Museo de Arte de Ponte located in Ponce, Puerto Rico. The museum showcases a variety of ... Read More


Brewers Bay is a beautiful beach. The waters there are almost always calm and crystal clear. Palm trees and sea grape trees are scattered along the shore. The beach is not developed, but it is located in walking distance from the University of the Virgin ... Read More


I arrived on the cruise ship, which docked at the Pointe Seraphine in Castries, St. Lucia, and was optimistic of what I will see when touring the town. After I left the ship, I soon realized that although, Castries is the largest ... Read More


On the North-shore of St. Croix is lovely Cane Bay. Its white sandy shore is popular for laying out, reading a book and just cooling out. Its crystal clear water is popular for swimming, snorkeling and for its world-famous dive site, the Wall. Amenities include ... Read More


Always travel with an open mind. You never know who or what will make your trip a memorable one. It could be a person that you met, an unexpected event may occur or you might bite into a delicious meal that ... Read More



Estate Whim Museum

May 10, 2014
Estate Whim Museum on St. Croix allows visitors to walk among original 18th century buildings of a once thriving sugar plantation. Guides in the great house and signs around the property provide insight into the museum's fascinating history. There is also a research library and ... Read More


Lameshur and Reef Bay trails on St. John, Virgin Islands. Hike along the trails, visit the interesting and beautiful petroglyphs, see some of the animal life along the trails hermit crabs and deer, and visit the Reef Bay Sugar Mill. The hike ends at Reef ... Read More