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Our B.V.I. Adventure is designed to give our family, friends and any other interested followers a look into the life of two expatriates making their way on the island of Tortola. Tortola is the largest island in the British Virgin Islands.

So, why did we move 2,000 miles away from our home in Knoxville, Tennessee? Michael accepted a position as the director of retail and international sales for a Caribbean clothing brand.

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Saturday, January 9, 2010

Day 27: Saturday at Nanny Cay

I've talked about Nanny Cay before...it's a small community just west of Road Town.  There's a large marina there, along with a hotel, some restaurants, shops and a beautiful saltwater pool. 


Those who are docked at Nanny Cay or staying in the hotel have complimentary access to the pool and beach.  Guests for the day, like us, pay only $5 for a chair and umbrella.  Not a bad deal, huh?  We spent most of the day here, lounging around the pool.  That's my book in the bottom right corner of the picture.  I'm reading Just Jackie, Her Private Years by Edward Klein. 

This will have to make the itinerary of any guests who come to visit us.  The snorkeling is amazing at Nanny Cay.  While we didn't partake on this particular Saturday, we have done it before and the reef is beautiful.  It is very close to shore. 

Oh, and check out this photo of my new Rainbows. 



 
Michael gave them to me for Christmas. So far, we've be able to keep them away from Milly. {She loves to chew leather, especially the leather of a flip flop.} I'm going to try to take another photo a year from now, after they've been worn in. We'll see how they hold up being worn nearly every day.

2 comments:

Lily's Laundry Boutique said...

Walter and I were talking last night that we want to come visit...are you sure you are only going to be there for a year!?!?

Amelia said...

Oh, please do! We'd love to have you!!! It's hard to believe TODAY is the one month mark! Time is flying!