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Monday, August 27, 2012

Road to the Port - St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.

Good morning,

I believe this is one of my all-time favorite images I've taken in St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.  We have walked to the end of the old waterfront and, after a little exploring here, will walk back to our ship across the bay.
When we took the taxi ride into the old town, this is the area where we were dropped off.  Local entrepreneurs have some lovely items to sell.  Whether you're in the buying mood or not, it is fun to walk through the stalls to see what is available.
And, now for another angle is our ship across the bay.  Soon we will start our walk back to the ship, just less than a two mile walk.

What a wonderful way to get some exercise!

Enjoy,
Lois

9 comments:

Kathy said...

You're making me drool with trip hunger!

Diana said...

St. Thomas looks like a lovely place to visit. I love all of your photos Lois! Love Di ♥

grammie g said...

Hi Lois...you sure have been able to see many lovely places like this, lucky you to have met Your Honey : }}
Thanks for sharing these photo ..I bet it is fun to just stroll through and look...I am not much of a buyer but I do like to look! ; }
Grace

Montanagirl said...

So many things to see!

Elaine said...

Fun to stroll along and see all the tempting little trinkets!

Cindy said...

Thank you Lois for taking photos of places I'll probably never visit. I do appreciate you!

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

I love St. Thomas and St. John. We are thinking about visiting during Christmas, and if we do I will probably have lots of questions for you! :D

Bob Bushell said...

You walked all that way, you're so lucky.

Happy Days said...

The homes on the hillside reminds me of Bermuda - only not near as many homes. Would be fun to visit all the different stalls. Is it all junk or do they have really nice things? ...debbie