Fresh off a whirlwind six-island tour at the beginning of last month, things are finally starting to settle back into a sense of normalcy. Yes, we recognize we’ve taken a bit of artistic license with the use of that term! Nonetheless, we are currently busy working at tweaking a few site issues, chatting with some awesome beach bums through social media, and working to develop some great new products. And for the next 60 days it’s full speed ahead planning for our maiden voyage to exhibit at Surf Expo.
Today we thought we’d take a step back, and share a few of the postings we found from some of our favorite Island bloggers.
Bahama Bob Leonard dropped in to tell us about the Beach Bash held to celebrate the 43rd Anniversary Party at the Soggy Dollar bar on Jost Van Dyke. If you’ve ever stopped in for one of the infamous Painkillers, you’ll want to read the details of this Day on the Beach!
From our friends at Rum Therapy, they say it’s really not that easy to get to Anegada in the British Virgin Islands. But in this great post, they share some of the great beaches that await. If you love stunning images of beautiful beaches like we do, check out Loblolly Bay, Anegada.
Pssst, you might also want to check out the revamped site over at RumTherapy.com. Great job guys!
Ever wonder what the locals recommend for favorite activities to the friends and family visiting the islands? Then check out San Pedro Scoop’s Catamaran sailing from Ambergris Caye to Caye Caulker. One of the better photo essays we’ve seen in a while.
One of the things we really enjoy about island life, is their more direct manner of speech. No harm and no offense intended, they simply speak more exactly what they mean. Political correctness takes a back seat. Found in St. John, is this stunning example of what I mean. Find out where it’s located in the story from On St. John.
Everybody likes free, and this time the opportunity is X2! Simply sign up for the Anguilla Beach Lovers Newsletter, and you are eligible to win a $200 Blanchards Gift Card. Run by Bob and Melinda Blanchard, their two popular restaurants, the high-end Blanchard’s Restaurant and the low-key Blanchard’s Beach Shack next door, offer top Anguilla dining experiences. And if you’re curious about the island transition, check out the story of their move to island life in A Trip To The Beach.[rule_top]
Be sure to check out our Caribbean blogging friends. These guys truly help to put us in an island state of mind! And until next time, get…
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