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(@c_ray6)
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Enjoying this trip to St. John. Doesn't seem as crowded as it was in June. I think because of a light cruise ship schedule. Thanks for the advice of just taking a ferry to Jost Van Dyke rather than a charter boat. Though I was a bit confused and didn't know about the transfer process on the West End of Tortola I had a great relaxing day on Yost and saved quite a bit of money.

 
Posted : November 17, 2014 9:56 am
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Glad you're enjoying yourself! November is usually very quiet - just out of hurricane season but the time of year when people are planning for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Plus November and May are historically the wettest months. The Christmas/New Year week shows a huge upswing and the true beginning of high season - busy, busy, busy! Enjoy!

 
Posted : November 17, 2014 10:05 am
(@c_ray6)
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Thank you. I have enjoyed this visit and don't mind it not being overly busy. I guess wheen I plan an actual PMV I better choose a busier time to get the full island experience. 🙂

 
Posted : November 17, 2014 10:55 am

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