Beautiful costumes, great music and the wonderful energy and spirit of St. John, Virgin Island’s. More →
Carnival time is here again… on St. Thomas! Starting this month Carnival is going to have visitors and residents alike jumping up, eating lots of tasty local dishes and having a great time. More →
Magens Bay, part of a public park located on the north side of St. Thomas, is well known to both residents and visitors. In fact it is the most popular beach on the island. The majority of beach goers head to Magens Bay to enjoy the beautiful long stretch of white sand and the calm crystal clear water. Sitting on the shore their eyes gaze out at the ocean, the small island in the distance and the verdant hills on either side of the bay. More →
Larimar or blue pectolite is an extremely rare gemstone. It has been found only in one location: a mountainous, relatively inaccessible area in the province of Barahona in the Dominican Republic. The first mention of the stone is in a request to mine Larimar in 1916, however it wasn’t until 1974 that the stone really made an appearance.
In 1974, Norman Rilling, a member of the U.S. More →