Thursday, March 13, 2014

The Baths, BVI's

After checking into customs, which was a series of 3 windows right next to each other where you start at window 1 pay your fee, move to window 2 pay your fee, and finally pay your fee at window 3, we grabbed a mooring ball off the famous Baths.  The Baths are at the West end of Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands.  It is piles of gigantic granite boulders where the lave tubes have eroded away and left tunnels, caves, and grottos to explore.  We spent 2 days here and we both think it has been one of our favorite stops yet.  The water from the ocean swells in-between the boulders with each wave that crashes.  What more could we ask for, rock climbing, swimming, cliff jumping, sunbathing, cave dwelling, and relaxing in a grotto just feet from our anchored home.  After the Baths we headed West to Salt Island and spent the next few days beach combing, paddle boarding, and snorkeling.

 Sphinx protecting our anchorage

 Snorkeling the RMS Rhone


  1. Love the polkacdots

  2. On my "Bucket list!!" Love it, Love it!,

  3. Hey, Pres, Did you build those stairs?

  4. Wow!! BVI looks amazing! So beautiful. That rays tail is sooo long! You better stear clear of that one.
    Love the pic of Lucy! She looks so happy!