Here is a small part of the history of St. John, to better understand the nature of the islands...On November 23, 1733 slaves carrying bundles of wood were let into the fort at Coral Bay. Concealed in the wood were cane knives, which the rebels used to kill the half-asleep and surprised soldiers who were guarding the fort. One soldier, John...more
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The Annaberg Sugar Mill was part of the open bus tour which we took at St. John’s Island with our then 2-year old twins. Anna was supposedly the name of the baby daughter of one of the owners of this 18th-19th century ruins (first established in 1718). If you walk up the hill, you will find a sugar mill, a horse mill and some very old public school...more
Apparently in 2004, this place was called Rumbalaya. At least the website for a restaurant at this location and with the phone number that this restaurant has, and the same menu is under the name of Rumbalaya.In anycase, we had lunch here while waiting for the ferry back to Charlotte Amalie. It was quite pleasant to sit in the shade and watch the...more
Our very exclusive package was ~$850 per night for seven nights. very secluded beaches, incredible...more
I have a friend who used to like going to Asolare for his birthday. But after they stiffed us on an outside table--and charged $180 to our credit card when we bailed!--even he can't stand the place any more. Good: I wouldn't have gone back even once after first experiencing their mediocre food (there are rave reviews, but the keyword is...more
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