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Underwater Scooters – A Novel Way to Explore the Ocean

Underwater Scooters – A Novel Way to Explore the Ocean April 11, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
There’s this amazing company called B.O.S.S. that takes guests on underwater scooter expeditions in St. Thomas. If you’ve never heard of BOSS before, it stands for “Breathing Observation Submersible Scooter,” and is a unique way for those without diving or swimming experience...

Low Season is Still a Good Time to Visit St. Thomas!!

Low Season is Still a Good Time to Visit St. Thomas!! April 1, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
Things may slow down a bit during off-season in the Virgin Islands (June-December), which is fast approaching, but that’s not to say you shouldn’t still come visit! Here are three main reasons why: 1) Airfares are cheaper. I know one person who flew round-trip from Los Angeles to St. Thomas...

Doing Your Research Before You Go

Doing Your Research Before You Go April 1, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
To get a fuller picture of what to do, where to go, and what it’s like in St. Thomas, it helps to do some research before you travel. Of course Nile Guide is the best source for information on restaurants, hotels and suggested sightseeing itineraries, but if you want different types of information...

It’s almost Carnival time in St. Thomas!

It’s almost Carnival time in St. Thomas! March 28, 2011 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
It’s bigger than Christmas, bigger than Easter, bigger than, well, just about anything else in St. Thomas. It’s Carnival, the craziest, loudest, boldest festival of the year, when all the stops are pulled out and the island becomes one big thrumming, humming hive of music and activity. Rated...

Caribbean/Thai Fusion at Theo’s

Caribbean/Thai Fusion at Theo’s March 15, 2011 | Food, Whats New | Read More
An excellent new restaurant opened about a month ago in downtown Charlotte Amalie. Theo’s bills itself as “West Indian-Thai Infusion” and offers unique and tasty creations such as mango barbecue wings, red thai coconut curry tofu, pepper-crusted New York strip steak, coconut ital stew,...

Don’t Miss Yacht Haven’s Farmer’s Market This Sunday

Don’t Miss Yacht Haven’s Farmer’s Market This Sunday February 25, 2011 | Events, Food, Things to Do | Read More
On the first and third Sunday of each month the Yacht Haven Grande shopping center hosts a popular farmer’s market. It features fresh produce, local crafts, music and performances. It runs from 10am-2pm, rain or shine. This Sunday February 27 six talented actresses from the University of the Virgin...

Mountain Top Re-Opens At Last!!

Mountain Top Re-Opens At Last!! February 14, 2011 | Whats New | Read More
More than a year and half after it burned down in a dramatic blaze, one of St. Thomas’s most famous attractions is finally back in business! Mountain Top, the observatory/event center (and home of the legendary Banana Daiquiri) on the island’s highest peak, has now re-opened for visitors....

Paulette’s Patio – New restaurant on St. Thomas

Paulette’s Patio – New restaurant on St. Thomas February 8, 2011 | Whats New | Read More
If you’re already a fan of Hervé Restaurant on Government Hill, you’ll love Paulette’s Patio, which is basically next door. Offering “casual Mediterranean food with the accent on Greek and Italian,” the restaurant shares kitchen space with Hervé, and also a chef. A quick...

Valentine’s Day is coming … where are YOU planning to dine?

Valentine’s Day is coming … where are YOU planning to dine? February 2, 2011 | Food | Read More
St. Thomas and St.  John both have plenty of restaurants that rate high on the romance-o-meter, so if you’re looking for a place to take your beau (or belle) on the 14th, here are some suggestions: 1) The Blue Moon Cafe (in the East End) is arguably the most seductive spot on the island. If the...

Paddleboard yoga!!! What will they think of next??

Paddleboard yoga!!! What will they think of next?? January 30, 2011 | Whats New | Read More
Take a stand-up paddleboard, add a little Vinyasa flow, and a pinch of strength and resistance. Serve up on a crystal clear ocean for one hour. What do you get? Paddleboard yoga, which is coming soon to St. Thomas. This new company called SUPcore has been on the island recently training instructors,...
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