Cruise Day 6: St. Thomas

After St. Martin, we went directly to our second and last port of call, St. Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands (18°20’N 64°55’W). According to the wiki, the island was acquired in 1917 as part of a defensive strategy. Residents were given US citizenship in 1927.

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We opted again for a tour, but this time we didn’t have anything scheduled. We eventually had a tour provided by with our guide named Elvis.

Classic Caribbean island look:
Island look.

Our ship, Freedom of the Seas at port:
Freedom of the seas.

Before we left port, there were some good views to be had on the top deck of the ship:
The 31mm Limited lens really shows its ability to create sharp images.

Very busy port:

Another cute little reptile:

We stopped at a little destination (Banana Daiquiri, gift shop, scenic views), they also had chickens…
The troop.

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