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Mango

Mango
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Joined: July 18, 2005 4:24 pm
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Re: Surf Fishing STJ

You can fish the surf anywhere on STJ with the exception of Trunk Bay, & all designated swimming areas within the national park.

16 years ago
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Re: Lowdown on the STJ beaches

Another great book is Feet, Fins & 4WD by Pam Gaffin.

16 years ago
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Re: Fishing in usvi tips bait locations

Rodney, there's a local girl on STJ who enjoys shore fishing. She's active on the Trip Advisor STJ forum. Try posting your question there. She's been ...

16 years ago
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Re: Lowdown on the STJ beaches

Hawksnest Honeymoon (short walk required - easiest from Caneel) Trunk (if you want to avoid tourists, go either early morning or late afternoon. ...

16 years ago
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Re: Nice change on board!!

I see Chris' name occasionally, and I've seen Blu on another forum.

16 years ago
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Re: One Night Stay/Cruz Bay/St. John

For lodging, try the Inn at Tamarind Court. Right in town, with a restaurant & bar on-site. Good rates. The taxis will take you to most of the north s...

16 years ago
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Re: new stuff for repeat visitors

You didn't mention doing it on past trips, so have you tried snorkeling? If not, that would be my #1 suggestion. How about renting a dinghy or kayak? ...

16 years ago
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Re: Dive shop East End/Coral Bay STJ

I think this would be the only thing close to a dive shop out that way:

16 years ago
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Re: how safe are dingy rentals?

Dinghies are also available at Calypso in Cruz Bay, near the NPS dock. They have center consoles. All Noah's are tiller models. (steer by handle conne...

16 years ago
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Re: Peter Bay?

All the beaches are public, up to the tree/brush line, where private property begins. Just don't use any chairs or other amenities that may be there. ...

16 years ago
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Re: transportation fromm stt airport to ferry going to st john

Check the ferry schedules. There's a link on the top of this page. Then, once you get your luggage go to the taxi dispatcher & either tell him you wan...

16 years ago
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Re: exploring st john - Dinghy or jeep? & market ?

Considering that you're a travel agent doing research, I think you would be better off either hiring a taxi for a private tour of the island, or renti...

16 years ago
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Re: Where to stay??

Not sure St.John is the place for you, based on what you're looking for. There are only 2 resorts, the Westin & Caneel Bay. Haven't stayed at either, ...

16 years ago
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Re: St. John October weather...

Was there Oct. '06. Weather was great. No matter when you go, there are no guarantees with the weather. Don't sweat it - go and have a great time!

16 years ago
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Re: Stocking the villa

I'd suggest Starfish Market in Cruz Bay. They have everything you'll need. It's on the South Shore Rd. in the Marketplace shopping complex.

16 years ago
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Re: Experiencing the Islands and Culture

Sapphire Beach is on STT. Sorry I can't help with your other questions.

17 years ago
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Re: Penn's car rental in St John

Penn's is located across the street from the Lumberyard complex. It takes just a few minutes to walk there.

17 years ago
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Re: St. John, places to dance?

Depending on their schedule, the reggae band Inner Visions plays at Fred's in Cruz Bay. Usually on a wednesday night. That's the best (only?)dancing p...

17 years ago
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Re: drug problems

The only place on STJ I ever noticed any drug use was on the street where Cafe Roma & Rhumblines are. And that was only in the evening/night. I was ne...

17 years ago
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Re: Inflatable boat rental

I haven't done it yet, but they're available in Cruz Bay from Noah's Little Arks. On the beach in front of The Beach Bar.

17 years ago
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