One if by Sea: The New Ferries in the Caribbean

Down in the Caribbean, it’s a ferry way of life. The ferries not only provide a fun and easy way to island hop through the U.S. and British islands, but they also provide for many transportation for their livelihood. When I first moved to St. John, I was still working at Molly Molone’s (an Irish […]

St. Thomas Regional Library

If there’s one thing I’ve always been, it’s a bookworm. I’m always halfway through some kind of book, and lately it’s been hiking autobiographies as I’m prepping to hike the Appalachian Trail. But every now and then, I sneak off to the library when I have a morning off and sit and read something totally […]

Big Yellow Taxi: The Safari

My lifeline. My favorite way to get around. My connection to the rest of the island. The Safari is St. Thomas’ main form of public transportation. The vehicles, which vary both in size and color, are essentially open-air truck beds which have rows of seating in the back. Usually each bench is big enough for […]

Reef Bay Trail on St. John

Growing up in the Blue Ridge Mountains, I love to hike. When I moved to St. Thomas, all I initially considered was that I would be surrounded by ocean. I totally forgot to consider that all these tiny islands are mountains and I could get my hike on pretty much any time. I’ve done a […]