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Hangover Cures

We’ve all been there. A night of total joy and celebration that leads to a morning of nausea and fatigue. What do you do when you’ve overindulged in last night’s libations besides curling up in the fetal position and praying for it all to pass? Let’s look at what got you there in the first … Continued

Palm Trees on St. John

St. John is home to a variety of different palm trees, yet only one is known to be native to Love City: the Tyre Palm. We see so many palm trees that we’d like to be able to differentiate and tell them apart, even if just to sound smart. Did you know.., in 2004, botanist … Continued

Cruzan Rum

Did you know… Natives of St. Croix are called Crucians/Cruzans Cruzan Rum began on St. Croix in the late 1790s by the Nelthropp family. Local mills crushed the sugar cane that was eventually distilled into rum. Visitors to St. John will find Cruzan rum in abundance, filling the shelves of bars and grocery stores with … Continued

Rum Light or Dark?

What is the difference between light and dark rum, anyway? Real rum begins as sugarcane that is then distilled. The color of rum comes from the ingredients and the aging process. Dark rum is aged in oak barrels while light rum is not. Dark rum may also have burnt sugar or caramel added for color. … Continued

More Art and Culture Please

 On Friday February 1st the island congratulated David and Priscilla Knight on their grand opening of Art Bar at Baho el Sol Gallery.                       David and Priscilla purchased Baho el Sol a few years ago in its long time location upstairs in Mongoose Junction. Since … Continued

Lime Out Has Arrived!

Lime Out opened March 12, 2019! After many months of hard work “Lime Inn” has opened “Lime Out”.  It is located on East end of St John.  The floating business will be open Tuesday thru Sunday 11:30 am to 5 pm – Cell 340-643-5333.  Head out by boat, sail or paddle for a great lunch, … Continued

World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade

St Patrick’s Day celebrated island-style boasts a very short annual parade through Cruz Bay and a block party draped in green. The parade starts at noon on Saturday March 16th. It takes off from the tennis courts in town and winds through the streets of Cruz Bay. We’re guessing 200 yards. What it lacks in … Continued

Snorkel St. John

The popular water activity around is to snorkel St. John. Float on the surface of the crystal clear Caribbean water while you watch the fascinating sea life below. Snorkeling is great for those who are comfortable in the water. Even if you’re not the best swimmer, if you can relax enough to float, snorkeling may … Continued

Sea Turtles on St. John

St. John is home to 3 species of sea turtles: green, hawksbill, and leatherback. Sea turtles can be found almost anywhere there is sea grass underwater around St. John, although Maho Bay is the most popular. Sea turtles spend their lives in water, traveling thousands of miles every year. Female sea turtles return to the … Continued

Secret Snorkel Spot

St. John has many awesome spots to snorkel. A few, however, are known only to local residents, so we thought we’d offer an underwater tip out to anyone visiting the island and looking for an unadvertised adventure. Go East. With that hint, some of you may already know where we’re headed! Most visitors will travel … Continued