From the airport to our hotel on the east end of the island we pass St. Thomas harbor. A cruise ship is at the dock.
Rachel and Dorothy
This iguana is about 2 ft. long. They say they're harmless but this one was looking at my leg like it was a peanut butter sandwich.
View from the balcony
Our hotel from the land side.
Here we are with Bob and Rachel. Bob made us feel welcome and showed us all the sights on the island, especially those that tourist rarely get to see. We're grateful for his hospitality and kindness.
The first night we ate at the Latitude 18, an open air restaurant that sits on the dock across the marina from Red Hook. The food was wonderful. I had Mahi-Mahi with a mango shrimp salsa served with wild rice and broccoli that had a delicious dark sauce on it. Dorothy had grouper filled with mushroom stuffing and covered with lobster sauce. If you ever come to St. Thomas you must eat here.
These guys entertained us while we ate. They played and sang everything from 50's rock'n'roll and Johnny Cash to Pink Floyd tunes. The one on the left was the best guitar picker I've heard in a long time.