Trunk Bay, St. John, USVI
Example of native island stonework, incorporating fossilized coral. Annenberg Sugar Plantation ruins, St. John.
Slave quarters site, Annenberg. On one hand, what a view! But on the other, the people who had this view were slave labor, harvesting and boiling down sugar cane in horrendous heat and humidity.
My husband on observation deck at St. Peter House and Botanical Garden, St. Thomas. Overlooking Magens Bay.
Unidentified sugar plantation house ruins, St. John. Some of the beautiful tile work was still visible inside.
This is what you find if you manage to navigate the twisty roads out onto the point beyond Magens Bay.
If I remember correctly (was drinking rum punch at the time) this is a variety of ginger.
Flower, St. Peter House and Botanical Garden, St. Thomas
Bird of Paradise? (Correct me if I'm wrong!)
One of many intimate little beaches on St. John
Banana tree, St. Peter Botanical Garden
Annenberg Sugar Plantation ruins, St. John