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Diana

Diana
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Joined: August 10, 2005 1:23 pm
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Re: Valentines day on St John

Lolly wrote: There were island residents, family's, a beautiful woman with a scarf covering her bald head, a couple on their honeymoon, her in her ...

13 years ago
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Re: heated pools in st johns

There are actually more and more heated pools on the island now since there is a solar heater dealer on STJ. I know of a couple of houses on Bordeaux...

13 years ago
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Re: Honeymoon in St. John

We sent our daughter and SIL to St. John for their honeymoon years ago and they fell in love with the island as have we. I suggest renting a villa. ...

14 years ago
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Re: Going to St. John for first time, looking for advice

Definitely get the book I think it's also available on amazon.com. A recommend a villa but you may have to up your pricepoint a bit as St. John is n...

14 years ago
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Re: 5 hour layover in STT - can we go to the beach?

mkingstone wrote: Hello We are connecting through STT en route to STX and will have a five-hour layover on the return. Is it reasonable to le...

14 years ago
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Re: What happened STJ?

Did the Westin give you options? I hope you have trip insurance.

14 years ago
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Re: St. John Villa Suggestions? 3-4 BR

Look at Summer Wind on Bordeaux Mtn. The price is right and it has everything you need. It would be great for your family since you have older child...

14 years ago
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Re: Car Rental in St John

We always rent our Jeep on St. John at St. John Car Rental. Renting on St. Thomas doesn't appeal to us because if you have any problems such as a fla...

14 years ago
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Re: Need help - rent a Jeep or not?

toes in the sand wrote: [quote=Pia] You need to rent your jeep NOW for February as we have a limited number on STJ and when they are gone they ar...

14 years ago
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Re: Need help - rent a Jeep or not?

Definities rent a Jeep!!! A can't image not renting a Jeep. You'll understand once you get there.

14 years ago
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Re: Have a Couple of Questions

I want to let you know that September is a month were many businesses are closed so you will find that out in Coral Bay where Calabash is your restaur...

14 years ago
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Re: concordia vs cinnamon bay

I suggest you consider renting a villa. If there are several of you in the group and you split the costs it can work out to be very economical. Rent...

14 years ago
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Re: Which Ferry

lavocat wrote: From the airport to STJ, which Ferry should we take, Red Hook or Charlotte Amalia? Also, our return flight leaves at 3pm. What tim...

14 years ago
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Re: Urchin like creature ID needed

It's a West Indian Sea Egg. I would guess that you can pick them up like an urchin and handle them with care but it's best not to bother them.

14 years ago
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Re: WebCam truism

Chris at Work wrote: Okay, now I know I'm a nerd since I read it all wrong (or right). Ditto.:$)

14 years ago
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Re: WebCam truism

East Ender wrote: :S Your Are A VI Nerd............get it?

14 years ago
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Re: WebCam truism

Another "guilty" one here.

14 years ago
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Re: Transportation in St. John

Taxi's charge per person so if you want to go to more beaches than Truck and Cinnamon and also want to go all the way out to Skinny's, your cheapest o...

14 years ago
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Re: Snorkel gear at villas

I have been traveling to STJ for 20 years and I have never rented a villa that had snorkle equipment (maybe the kids toy stuff). Bring your own or r...

14 years ago
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Re: barracuda sighting??

They are very curious fish and have poor eyesite which is why they seem to get close and follow you. They are very common in the waters of the VI. T...

14 years ago
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