Friday, December 14, 2012

First Time To Annaberg, St. John


Our new friends Robin and Levi had the day off and so did we! 
We decided to head over to St. John for the day and have some fun as a group. 
St. John is one of the U.S. Virgin Islands, about 2 miles away from St. Thomas.
We took the car barge over, got lunch then decided to hit up a popular hiking trail.
Annaberg is a very simple hike, yet quite interesting to see.   It consists of the ruins of an old sugar cane mill with slave huts and all. 
We explored the ruins for a bit taking pictures documenting our time there then found the trail head to the beach.
We walked to the beach and had a wonderful snorkel featuring turtles, barracudas, rays, and a bunch of large bright orange starfish.
We had a great day, here are some pictures to document just a small portion of our adventure.







Our new friend Robin.  I am so excited to have some much needed girl time, even if the guys come along.


Jake and I at the ruins.







A very cool spider and its very cool web.

Levi and Jake exploring.


My hiking shoes.

Coral in the walls

My favorite flower! LOVE LOVE LOVE!




The trail to a great snorkeling spot.




A beautiful anchorage, definitely on our list of spots to bring the boat.

Land crab


Catching the car barge before the sun sets.

These lines are GIANT compared to ours.

This beautiful boat passed by on our ferry ride back to St. Thomas. I was in AW!

The name of our car barge TUG LIFE.  Interesting how it is a car barge with a bar… promoting drinking and driving… not a good idea.


The view through my shades









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