St. Thomas Hurricane Irma – Travel Update
On September 6, 2017 Hurricane Irma slammed into St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands. She threw 150+ mph winds at St. Thomas but our little island stood firm! And 2 weeks after Irma, another category 5 hurricane (Maria) sashayed across our island.
As a way for visitors to get a sense for how the island is doing I’m going around the island and giving updates as to the recovery.
Also, if you have a particular spot, location, bar, restaurant, boat or really anything you want me to give an update on, just leave a comment below.
Below is a daily journal of progress as I learn it through my tour of the island.
If you scroll to the bottom of the page I have specific information on
- Wedding venues
- Cruise lines
October 18, 2017
WEDDINGS RETURN TO THE VIRGIN ISLANDS!
Today was the first official wedding to take place in the Virgin Islands since the hurricanes struck 6 weeks ago.
Instead of blathering on about how important this day was to me personally, I’ll just share a little bit about the wonderful couple and their island story so far!
Angela and Phil came down to St. Thomas on October 16th from North Canton, Ohio.
Their wedding was in the works well before Irma or Maria entered our consciousness. So after the storms hit I spoke with Phil and he said that they were determined to keep their wedding ceremony as scheduled.
They rented at a lovely little cottage in Peterborg overlooking Magens Bay. Yesterday they rented a car and explored the island and went to the courthouse to pick up their license.
This morning I, along with Oliver from Dow Studios and Naheem from The Mango Works, met Phil and Angela at Lindquist Beach. The weather was perfect.
Anyhow, had an amazing time and was grateful to be a part of their momentous day!
September 29, 2017
I have the greatest job in the world. I perform weddings.
Of the two hundred weddings I perform each year, I get to meet lots of people. By “meet”, I don’t mean like a greeter at Walmart. I get to spend time with them, get to know them and get to share in one of the most important days of their lives. (Now I agree with you that morticians and divorce lawyers could say the same thing, but my clients tend to be a bit happier.)
I keep in touch with many of my couples after their weddings. And after the recent storms, I heard from hundreds of brides and grooms past and present. Not even my family seemed as concerned as my island wedding friends.
Many of my couples comes back to the islands for a visit.
Enter Courtney and Doug.
I married this handsome couple last December. The wedding day was like so many others. A bride, a groom. A gorgeous beach. Perfect weather. Here’s the lovely couple:
Courtney and Doug are traveling to St. Thomas this December. They were kind enough to answer a few questions for me:
Why are you coming back to St. Thomas a year after your wedding?
“We were married last December on St Thomas at Lindquist Beach so the island is definitely special to us for that reason.
But, there are many reasons we love St Thomas. When we landed at the airport and stepped off the plane for the first time, we both had the same feeling, we felt like this was our place. It’s difficult to explain, but the entire time we spent there it felt like home and that we were part of the island.
Renting a villa and jeep really allowed us to get the full experience and enjoy all the island has to offer, from listening to the island music, to navigating the twisty mountain roads.
The beaches and the views we experienced had us in awe and was nothing like anything we had experienced before. St. Thomas will always be very special to us and definitely want to visit as often as we can. We have already talked about moving there later in life because of how much we enjoyed our experience.”
What are our plans for your upcoming trip in December?
“For this year’s trip we’ll be renting Villa Gypsea on the quiet north side of the island. We are most looking forward to relaxing and enjoying the island’s beautiful beaches.
We definitely want to go back to Lindquist Beach, where we got married, but also get a chance to see the beaches we didn’t go to last time. This year, assuming the British Virgin Islands are ready for visitors, we’ll head over there.
And our trip wouldn’t be complete without a couple trips to Duffy’s Love Shack for some great happy hour apps, drinks and a great atmosphere.”
What is your favorite memory from St. Thomas?
“We absolutely loved horseback riding on Lindquist Beach. We booked a ride through Golden Age Ranch, what an experience! We rode our horses down a trail and then onto the beach and even got to walk out into the water with them.
But our most cherished memories were of us sitting on the deck of our villa overlooking the beautiful island, with a drink in our hands, listening to the sounds of the island.
We actually took a little video with my phone so we’d never forget how it looked or what it sounded like. We get so caught up in the stress of daily life and our routines and it’s nice to play the video from St Thomas. It instantly brings us back and makes us relax and smile as we remember how amazing it is there.”
Thank you Courtney and Doug! Can’t wait to see you both! (And not just because you promised me access to your hot tub).
September 28, 2017
Time to book your trip to St. Thomas! We are back in business baby!
The Cyril E. King Airport is now open to commercial flights. Currently American Airlines, Delta and JetBlue are all flying to our island.
And I’ve been checking prices and they look pretty good. So I’m going to be your travel agent.
I’m going to plan your trip for October 22nd – October 29th. That should give you a chance to get time off work and pack your bags.
Some sample round trip fares (I found these on Expedia):
Milwaukee to St. Thomas – $560 (American)
Houston to St. Thomas – $465 (Jet Blue)
Pittsburgh to St. Thomas – $328 (Delta)
Miami to St. Thomas – $252 (American)
Seattle to St. Thomas – $946 (American)
When you get here, there are 2 options for getting around. You could rent a car or go by taxi. As your travel guide, I would recommend renting a car. I say this only because taxis might be a little harder to come by. Also because we are operating under a curfew – 8 am – 6 pm (more on this in a second). So you’ll want absolute freedom of movement.
We can rent you a car through:
Almost every major resort is currently closed. Some will be open in the coming months but for now you’ll need to look for bed and breakfasts, villas and condos.
You should only have a few requirements: a roof and a generator.
Head over to VRBO.com or Airbnb. This will take a little work, but there are lots of rooms available with generators and amazing views. I’m guessing many of the owners would kill to have some of your business right about now.
I’ve go a sample daily itinerary for the trip – this is what your day could look like:
9:00 am – wake up, shake the rum-fueled cobwebs out
9:30 am – cook breakfast
10:00 am – decide what to do today
10:30 am – still deciding what to do
11:00 am – can’t decide so head to a beach (for beaches, I would recommend – Lindquist, Sapphire, Secret Harbour, Coki and Brewers)
12:00 pm – after 2nd frozen drink, have lunch
2:00 pm – tired and in need of a shower head back to room
4:00 pm – head out to find an early dinner
6:00 pm – back at the room to watch the sunset and listen to the waves
Look, here’s the reality:
The island did suffer significant damage. But no one is starving. No one is without shelter. Food is plentiful in the stores. Restaurants are open. Stores are open.
What could be better. People are more friendly, more willing to help, more likely to give you their total and complete attention. Beaches are quiet. I don’t know, having a world-class beach all to myself sounds pretty awesome.
All in all, depending on what type of vacation you’re looking for, now could be one of your best opportunities for an island adventure.
September 25, 2017
You ever get into a fender bender or back into something and you hear that sickening “thud” or “crack” sound. Remember that feeling as you get out of your car and the sense of dread as you go to survey the damage.
That’s how I felt when I drove out to Brewers Bay today. Brewers Bay is one of our less touristy beaches. It’s towards the western end of the island. A part of the island where resorts and shops and other signs of commercialization haven’t yet taken over.
It’s a true “locals” beach.
I felt a sense of dread after I passed the airport. I imagined boats washed ashore, large trees felled in every direction. Garbage and waste piled everywhere.
Well, my instincts were wrong. As usual.
Of every beach I’ve visited so far, Brewers stood up to the storms as well as any of them.
There was a lone gentleman on the beach picking up shells and sea glass. I’ve never seen so much sea glass. There was 3 or 4 pieces within reach wherever you stood.
I grabbed 2 small pieces for my daughters since they like to collect seaglass. Wish they were here with me now.
September 24, 2017
I’ve never been a social media person. I bet very few people would admit to being a “social media person”. And yet you look at some Facebook pages and you see hourly updates, 4,000 comments and 800 pictures. I don’t know how they do it. I’m exhausted after 15 minutes on the site.
Admittedly, I have a personal page and a business page on Facebook. I know I’ve probably lost business because I refused for the longest time to add Messenger to my phone. Some of my brides prefer to communicate through Messenger, so I now have Messenger. But I’m not good at it. I don’t like using it. My wife says it’s because I’m too old to use it.
All that being said, in the past couple weeks Facebook became a twice daily exercise for me after Irma and Maria. On Facebook, Virgin Islanders post news about relief efforts, airport openings and closings and every imaginable detail about the status of “things” in the storms’ wake.
Of the innumerable posts and comments a few truths emerged. First, getting reliable facts and updates was like trying to dig a hole in the sand at the water’s edge. The harder you dig, the more you’re buried by all the conflicting information.
Second, people get really angry at each other really quickly.
Third, everyone becomes a poet.
Sometimes it’s a simple note about how grateful they are for the day; how thankful they are for a family member (even though they probably love to gossip about that same person); or how challenges make us stronger. Or how sunrises are special. And on and on.
And under different circumstances, I might roll my eyes that people have feelings they want to share with the thousands of people they ‘know’ on Facebook. And if that’s their thing, I say go for it.
But I’ll admit, in these challenging times in the islands, the messages of hope and reminders that we will overcome and be better for it, have reminded me that I’m not alone.
Not to be outdone by these people, I tried to create my own opus to life after the hurricane:
An Ode to Irma
You saucy little wench
You blew so hard
I had to hide under a bench….
…but then I gave up. Partially because I’m a crappy poet but also because I had a date with Hooters. They have power, wifi, football and food. So, yes, life is good.
September 23, 2017
I’ve been on St. Thomas for over 8 years now. By many local accounts, I’m still just a tourist. There are ex-pats that have been here far longer than I. And it’s almost like a contest when 2 ex-pats get together to prove who has the most “island credibility”.
“I’ve lived on island for 20 years.”
“I’ve lived through 3 hurricanes.”
“I’ve gotten thrown out of every bar in St. Thomas.”
And so on.
And to a lesser extent, many visitors to St. Thomas will be quick to share their island lineage.
“We’ve been to St. Thomas on 19 different cruises.”
“We’ve been vacationing at the same villa for 15 years.”
Well, I recently performed a vow renewal for a couple on their 30th anniversary. They were married in St. Thomas at what is now the Marriott Frenchman’s Reef. I forget what it was when they were married.
They were a lovely couple from the UK. They’ve been coming to St. Thomas every few years since their wedding and almost always stay at Bluebeard’s Castle.
The last time they visited the island we met in the hotel lobby to hang out for a bit. The lobby was appointed with big comfy chairs which, along with the couple’s British accents, made it feel like we were on the set of Downtown Abbey (I’ve only seen 10 minutes of the show but my wife watches it religiously). We chatted the afternoon away as cool Caribbean breezes weaved through the open doors and windows.
Fast-forward to today and I must report that Bluebeard’s took a shot from Irma directly on the chin. The photos aren’t pretty to look at.
But having visited the resort today I can say the resort is well on its way to being her old self. Staff and cleanup crews flitted
around the resort cleaning and scrubbing.
I’m not sure when the resort will be ready for prime time, but I do hope my British friends will visit next year. By then the lobby chairs should be ready.
*Banana Tree Grill, a restaurant on the resort, also sustained damage. My now wife was unknowingly falling into my trap when on our 2nd date I treated her to filet mignon at Banana Tree. Had the steak not been cooked to perfection, I do believe our relationship would have ended there.
September 23, 2017
A few days before Hurricane Irma hit, I performed a wedding at Lindquist Beach. By all accounts the day was perfect. 84 degrees. Sunny. White puffy clouds. Just your average Caribbean day.
Although you couldn’t see the storm clouds from Irma that sunny day, 400 miles away she was churning and inching our way.
I liken it to being 9 months pregnant (forgive me Amber and woman everywhere). You know those last few days of your pregnancy. You feel pretty good and go about your daily routine, but there’s that unsettling feeling in your gut that your world is about to get inevitably rocked.
Anyhow, my buddy Oliver from Dow Wedding Studios, having lived through 2 hurricanes in St. Thomas, uttered some prophetic words after the wedding. He said, “It’s not the storm you should be worried about. It’s the 2 months after the storm leaves.”.
I heard those words in my head today as I waited an hour and fifteen minutes to get my turn inside the hardware store. They were only letting 10 customers in at a time (for crowd control and to avoid folks hording stuff). I only came for a few items but was determined to wait because I also wanted to see what else they had in stock. Maybe a few things I hadn’t thought of.
When I walked in the door I was greeted by a charming West Indian woman who asked, “What can I help you with dear?”. I responded as I always do in these situations, “I’m all set, thanks”.
“I’m sorry sir, we have to escort you through the store to get your items.”
Well crap! I sort of knew what I needed but now my mind went blank. I looked at her as my mind raced and all I could think of was “I need a bucket”.
After she led me to the buckets, I remembered I needed bleach.
Once I grew accustomed to having my own personal valet in the store, my confidence grew. Pretty soon I had this poor woman zigzagging across the store.
“I need a lock.”
“Oh, how about a wheel barrel tire.”
“Do you have mop?”
“I could go for a cold Diet Coke.”
“Ok, one last thing, I promise. Do you have any scented candles?”
With a cart full of stuff I hadn’t planned on, I left with my arms full. Outside the line of people had grown even longer to enter the store. As I walked to my car I felt like all of them were eyeing me. I was absolutely positive that they all believed I was the reason they were all stuck in line.
I quickly sped away feeling 100 sets of eyeballs on the back of my head. And as I glanced at the store in my rearview mirror, I felt bad that I hadn’t tipped my hardware store escort for the unique shopping experience and for finding me a “caramel cider” scented candle.
September 21, 2017
I woke to a gloomy morning. Barely 6 am and I forced myself to put on my running shoes and head out. I jogged through little rivers in the road, the last remnants of Maria’s rain.
The first 500 strides hurt a little. My back still sore from pulling and tugging branches at angles I’m unaccustomed to. As the blood started to pump a little bit and I got in a rhythm I picked up the pace.
My mind wandered – my family, my business, running for governor – without really paying attention to my surroundings. Other than dodging the rivers and puddles, I hadn’t even noticed the trees.
The hurricanes had effectively drained all the color from the hillsides. Our once lush landscape turned a dull brown. A dull brown clashing with the electric blue water and sky.
What made me take notice of our landscape were the fairways at Mahogany Run Golf Course. Never had the golf course looked more beautiful.
I slowed my jog to take a quick picture when standing just a few feet from my face were the first buds of new leaves on the trees. Amid the islanders’ cries for aid and tankers and tarps and foodstuffs, the island had quietly begun its own recovery. Without any help from FEMA or the National Guard.
In the next few weeks, the dreary browns will be replaced by vibrant greens. Which happen to go nicely with our azure waters. 😊
September 18, 2017
I went beach hopping today wanting to see how a few of my favorite spots held up. My first stop was Sapphire Beach and Pretty
Sapphire had debris on the shoreline but otherwise looked to be in good shape. There was a clean up crew clearing limbs and debris.
The beach bar was open and serving drinks. Really all that was missing were the people.
The condos all looked to be in tip top shape. Didn’t look like a category 5 just swept through.
My next stop was Lindquist Beach. It was as beautiful as ever. Fallen trees and limbs blocked some of the road but were easy to navigate around.
I wanted to spend more time exploring but I needed to get on my horse and prepare for Round 2 with a category 5 hurricane. I’ll update further after Hurricane Maria passes.
September 17, 2017
I knew today was Sunday. I knew this because I was going to watch my hapless Cleveland Browns.
I decided to head to the 2nd biggest bar/restaurant scene in St. Thomas – Havensight. Havensight is home to the largest cruise ship dock on island and countless shops, bars and restaurants.
My first stop was The Smoking Rooster. I grabbed a sandwich before the game. Pulled pork and their homemade BBQ sauce. And air-conditioning!
My hope was to head over to Tap and Still to watch the game but this is what I saw when I showed up:
After my Cleveland Browns confirmed their ineptitude on the field I walked over to the cruise ship dock.
If you’ve ever come to St. Thomas on Carnival, Norwegian or Holland you probably remember this sign:
It looks beautiful and untouched! Almost like it’s waiting for passengers to return any minute from their excursions and beaches to board their ship.
The shops and trees also look relatively unscathed. Not sure what the inside of the shops look like, but from the outside it
appears they could open for business tomorrow.
St. Thomas received some unsettling news (and the rest of the Leeward Islands as well). Hurricane Maria is headed in our direction. Part of me wants to throw my hands up. The other part is saying, “Bring it on!”. But seriously, I hope she doesn’t hit us or anyone else. We could use a little breather.
September 16, 2017
I guess this morning I was on a mission. I’ve been a little bit down since my wife and kids are in the states and it’s been over a week since I’ve seen them. I can’t wait for them to come back.
Anyhow, I was determined to make use of every second of the day. One of the things I’ve been wanting to do but continue to avoid is going out and taking videos of the island. See, I’ve only heard about how bad it is on St. Thomas. Every story is about devastation and heartbreak. Eternal optimist I am not, but I also like a balanced diet of reality. The island isn’t all rubble. Believe it or not, “the smell of death is not everywhere” (other than in my fridge after day 4 without power).
So today I sucked it up and headed out to Red Hook. If you’ve ever been to St. Thomas you may have visited. It’s one of the social centers of the island. Bars, restaurants, more bars. I wanted to get a true pulse of the island.
I’ll get the video uploaded to Youtube tonight or tomorrow.
I walked to every business and found that the vast majority of them were up and running in some capacity. The biggest surprise was Moe’s! It’s a little supermarket. The had fresh produce! I haven’t seen a freshly ripe apple in a week.
Molly Malones, Melt, Tap and Still and Caribbean Saloon were all open and serving hot food and cold beer!
I ended my day at a friend’s house. Her name is Cassandra and she’s one of the owners of Passion Fruit Chefs. They cater all of my wife’s weddings. If you are planning a wedding here, please book them so I can sneak a piece of their tenderloin. Cassandra had some food that needed to be used so she had a little party. And trust me this wasn’t a powdered milk and spam party. This was serious food…and I ate like a pig (not sure I should admit my gluttony since some people on St. Thomas have been eating Poptarts and Vienna Sausages for the past 10 days.)
September 15, 2017
I stopped by Bolongo Bay Resort. It’s a smaller resort on St. Thomas – around 70 rooms – and learned they are planning on being open by November 12th. Based on what I could see the resort looked intact. Basically it was all cosmetic stuff.
The Duemeng family has owned Bolongo for decades and do an amazing job. Bolongo is one of only 2 all-inclusive resorts on island, Sugar Bay being the other one.
Driving through Red Hook, I had some really great news for me personally. The Caribbean Saloon is opening back up tomorrow (9/16)! This bar/restaurant in Red Hook is a special place for me. It’s where I convinced my now wife, to go out on a date with me. (If you come down to St. Thomas I’ll share the story…I think it’s pretty good). And it’s where we spent many late nights gorging on pizza and talking about our future.
Molly Malones was also open and buzzing with people.
Also, I just got word that UPS is now shipping to St. Thomas. Kinda opens up the world a little bit more to us.
All in all, the morning was wet but the roads are getting better and better. Again, after seeing how bad it was after the hurricane, to see how far it’s come in a week is pretty impressive.
Also, a quick note about a recent hurricane bride of mine. Sandy got married at Brewers Bay the week of the storm and was stuck on island for days and days at Emerald Beach Resort. She just got back home today in Florida. She said every year she’s going to celebrate her anniversary by sleeping in her back yard in a tent. LOL
September 14, 2017
On 9/14 I went to Crown Bay Marina next door to where Royal Caribbean and Princess Cruises dock. I grabbed lunch with an old St. Thomian buddy of mine. He and I worked together at the Department of Justice.
We talked hurricanes of course. He has lived through 3 hurricanes – Hugo, Marilyn and now Irma. I asked him which was the worst. He said Irma by far! But then he said the recovery has been a lot faster. Barely a week after the storm we were sitting by the water having an iced tea and hamburger at Tickles.
The place was busy and everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves.
September 13, 2017
On 9/13 I grabbed a few beers with Jessica from Roses Too. She’s the florist for all my weddings. Her husband works for the cable and internet company on island – VIYA. He’s been working 12-13 hours every day helping to restore our service.
So I felt slightly guilty that we were sitting on our butts drinking ice-cold Caribs while he was working his tail off. (But I also remember all the nights I’ve been working weddings until 10 pm while he’s at the bar, so I feel slightly less ashamed).
Jessica was itching to get back to work. So we both talked about ways to get ready for wedding season. The hard part is relaying to couples that the island is still standing and will be back on its feet in a few months.
September 12, 2017
On 9/12 I had dinner with Mike Garcia of Toes in the Sand Photography fame. He is also an organic farmer on island. Sadly he lost all of his plants and nursery after the storm. But had already planted all of his beds when I came to visit just 5 days after the storm. The guy’s an animal. His lovely lady Eron was by his side sweating in the sun and soil.
According to Mike in about 30 days he’ll start having vegetables ready to go…seriously, the freshest produce kissed by the Caribbean sun. I can’t wait. So if you’re coming down for a visit, I’ll put you in touch with him and he can put together a basket of produce.
Anyhow, when I showed up that afternoon all the work was done for the day. I guess I have good timing. 🙂 They invited me to stay for dinner. Mike cooked on the grill one of the best pasta dishes I’ve had in a long time. Mike’s “kitchen” was lit only by the stars and a headlamp but he was masterful. The meal, the company and the lukewarm wine was superb.
September 8, 2017
My wife and I, 3 kids and mother-in-law gutted out the storm at the Marriott Frenchman’s Cove. The place withstood the storm with barely a scratch. It was incredible how isolated we were at first from the destruction of other parts of the island.
The day after the storm the resort provided basic meals for the guests. But word soon spread that food was in short supply and that the other Marriott properties – Frenchman’s Reef and the Ritz Carlton were also in danger of running out of food for the hundreds of guests. So on the morning of September 8th, rumors began to spread of a huge ferry coming to take all the guests off island.
My wife and I left the resort on the morning of the 8th to clean up the house and assess the damage. When we returned to the resort around 3 pm, we found out there was a ferry and it would be leaving St. Thomas at 7 pm that day!
There was a mad dash to pack our things and get ready for the boat. A tough decision was made. I would stay on island and the rest of my family would leave for Puerto Rico.
It was a difficult moment: I was relieved my family would be heading somewhere safe, but I was heartbroken we had to be separated.
St. Thomas Post Hurricane Irma Travel Guide
- Magens Bay is currently closed. Major clean up has begun! There is still a lot of debris to be cleared. The water and sand was as stunning as ever.
- Lindquist Beach is still amazing. They have some cleaning up to do but it would still be a great spot for a beach day or wedding.
- Limetree Beach has some erosion but still looks beautiful. The resort next to the beach was damaged.
- Sapphire Beach is ready for your beach towel and beach chair.
- Brewers Bay is beautiful.
- Emerald is open but the storm washed at lot of shell, coral and rocks onto the beach. Not exactly ready for toes in the sand.
- Vessup Bay has several boats washed up on its shores. One side of the beach looks great.
- Hull Bay actually looks better than ever. A lot of white sand has washed ashore.
For September and October, as far as I know all cruise lines have changed their itineraries to exclude St. Thomas. Once the ports are secure and all the shops are open the ships should be back. My hope is November…but we shall see!
Norwegian – Has cancelled all cruises in September and October.
Royal Caribbean – Allegedly will be back on October 24th!
This is really the worst of it. All of the major resorts took a beating from Hurricane Irma. Information is limited at the moment on exact timing of the reopenings but here’s what we have:
Sapphire Beach Resort
No official word, but the place is solid and could accommodate guests now.
Secret Harbour Beach Resort
Survived the storms relatively unscathed. Could accommodate guests now.
Point Pleasant suffered mainly cosmetic damage. The resort is expected to open on November 15th.
I haven’t had the chance to visit but I understand the resort only suffered minor damage. It is property is expected to open sometime in October.
Has extensive damage. Going to be down for a while. I just read an article that said it will be a year or more:
Bluebeards Beach Club
A lot of damage to the property. But I’m optimistic it will be open sooner than most.
Marriott Frenchman’s Reef
Took a pretty good hit. I’ve heard estimates it will be open in January.
Marriott Frenchman’s Cove
This is where I stayed for the storm. The structures barely have a scratch. They could probably take guests right now if they wanted to. But Marriott is currently saying Frenchman’s Cove is closed “indefinitely”.
The Ritz Carlton
Also has damage and will be a few months away from being tourist ready.
Sugar Bay All-Inclusive Resort
A lot of roof damage. I wasn’t allowed on property or able to learn more but I’ll continue to update when I learn something new.
Mostly cosmetic damage. Plans to reopen in December.
Magens Point Resort
Most of the island’s eateries are serving food. I can’t list them all but here are the one’s I’ve visited and eaten at:
The Smoking Rooster
Tap and Still
The Caribbean Saloon
The Green House
Hook, Line and Sinker
Bad Ass Coffee
Petit Pump Room
Dog House Pub
Duffy’s Love Shack
Banana Tree Grill
A Room with a View
Attractions: (NO WORD ON ANY EXCURSIONS THIS POINT)
So what does this all mean? We are quickly getting back on our feet. All I would ask is that you give us a few more weeks to get things cleaned up a bit. But if you’re the adventurous type come on down! We still have all the essentials for a perfect island getaway – sun, sand, beaches and frozen drinks.
Again, if you have any questions about specific restaurants, hotels, etc. just leave your question below and I’ll find out.