We arrived in St. Thomas on a rainy gloomy November day. Truth be told my spiritis were dampened. I was expecting blue skies, after all this is Caribbean. Because this was a last-minute trip, we did not have any chance to research the place. In addition, the fact that we were traveling with our buddies, one of whom went to medical school in the Caribbean sort of allayed my anxiety about the stop at this port-of-call.
While our friends went ahead to get a rental car, we took our time around the port, mostly staying under the shade of the tree.
The view from my balcony. Anyone knows what this structure is?
When the car arrived, we drove with no particular place in mind. Not far from the port we passed by a beach, Brewer's Beach. It was empty except for a handful of local gentlemen hanging out under the trees.
Back in the car we found ourselves ascending. We heard there are a few viewpoints that we have to hit to get a good look at the island's allure. We stopped at one of them. My apologies we were doing this on our own without a tour guide, although the group tours stopped where we stop also, so we must have done a good job.
OUR WORLD TUESDAY