Let’s Make a Deal Success!

Thanks to Skinny Legs and everyone who organized the Let’s Make A Deal benefit for Wendy Davis this past Sunday.  There was a nice turnout and it was a really funny event. Good Luck to you Wendy! From beautiful St. John, USVI, Have a Sunny Day! Lynn

Heavy rains drench Virgin Islands

from Virgin Islands Daily News: By DANIEL SHEA, reporter, Daily News Staff Published: June 26, 2010 The territory can expect to nearly double the average rainfall for June in the next 48 hours alone, with 3 to 5 inches of rain expected, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Luis Rosa.There is currently a tropical wave […]

Cool time for hiking

 These overcast days make it a great time to be out hiking.  St. John has many great trails to choose from.  If you’re not familiar with the trails on St. John, pick up a copy of “St. John Off the Beaten Path” by Jerry Singer. It will tell you everything you need to know about St. John and more! The […]

Here’s your house on the Beach!

If you work hard, you should play hard! Located on Lovango Cay, Lovango Love Shack is a wonderful island retreat and just a 10 minute boat ride to St. Thomas or St. John.  Privacy, beachfront, dock, mooring, solar & wind powered; what more can a real boater ask for?! Originally listed at $2,750,000 and reduced to […]

Under All is the land in Calabash Boom

As long as you can see the water, you have a good view! But an East view from Coral Bay is really something else. Looking East from the Calabash Boom neighborhood is amazing! You have the sunrise, moonrise, BVI down island chain, East End of St. John and all the boats sailing around the Sir […]

A Great Place to Shop!

Pink Papaya has been one of the great places to shop on St. John for tourists and locals alike.  Located next to the Lime Inn Restaurant, Pink Papaya is packed full of colorful and interesting items including giftware, fine jewelry and local art work. Stop by before or after your dinner at Lime Inn or […]

Gulf Oil Spill Won’t Impact Virgin Islands

  Gulf Oil Spill Won’t Impact Territory, NOAA Says Reprinted from Virgin Islands Daily News By Lynda Lohr — June 15, 2010 Oil from the Deepwater Horizon, which began spewing into the Gulf of Mexico after the offshore oil rig exploded April 20, won’t impact the Virgin Islands, National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration spokesman Ben […]

DITLEFF POINT CONSTRUCTION

There are 3 homes under construction at Ditleff Point on Rendezvous Bay.  All three are tastfully done and  fit with the topography.  The house nerar the end of the point is particularly well designed to follow the contours of the land.  There are still lots available so if you have interest in owning on this […]

Virgin Islands Property Taxes

  We expect the 2006 tax bills to be mailed this month or July latest.  If you have any questions about your bills when they arrive any of our agents here at Islandia will be able to help get the answers.  Please do not hesitate to call us.  The Revenue Bureau, which collects the taxes, is […]

Maho Bay Clay Works Hosts Visiting Artist’s Weekend Workshop

By Source Staff — January 12, 2010 Potter Ara Cardew Visiting potter Ara Cardew will teach a Weekend Lecture Demonstration Workshopon Jan. 22-24that will include an evening reception on Friday, a demonstration/slide show/ talk on Saturday, and a demonstration on Sunday. The workshop fee is $150. For Studio members with an active studio card, the rate […]

NOAA Predicts Busy 2010 Hurricane Season

ST. JOHN U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS It’s that time of year again.  The prognosticators are forecasting a busier than average hurricane season.  Let’s hope they are wrong.  Just in case though I’m making sure I am well prepared.   As my grand-daddy used to say, “hope for the best but be prepared for the worst.”

Great Deal On A Short Sale

             “Snail’s Pace” – “Cute As A Button” describes this cottage perfectly. Fronted by a white picket fence, this cozy studio home in Estate Fish Bay has paved access and is walking distance to Reef Bay beach. The flat lot is a gardener’s delight and there is plenty of space for addition of bedrooms and […]

St. John 7th Annual Beach-to-Beach Swim

\ ST JOHN U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS: On Sunday May 30, 2010, Friends of the National Park hosted its seventh annual Beach-to-Beach Power Swim. The race consisted of three courses: a short course from Maho to Cinnamon, about 1 mile; an intermediate course from Maho to Trunk Bay, about 2-1/4 miles; and a long course from […]