The latest news in dining on St. Thomas is the newly opened Surf N’ Turf Bistro — and Flamboyan On The Bay is pleased to give the restaurant a five-star toast to continued success. This charming downtown eatery is unique in every way.
Kmart on St. Thomas carries a terrific selection of fun-in-the-sun lightweight fashions and beach attire all year long. In other words, you can always count on Kmart to help you enjoy Endless Summer in paradise.
The people of the Virgin Islands have the power to elect a governor every four years and also send a delegate to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives. During his long career, Dr. Melvin Herbert Evans served in both roles.
Nautical scenes of the V. I. often include seaplanes. These days, Seaborne Airlines provides flights between St. Thomas and St. Croix. But island-hopping service dates back to 1963 when famed aviator Charles F. “Charlie” Blair, Jr. started Antilles Air Boats.
K and E Cake Pops are visually festive and fun to eat on-the-go or at parties — no plates or forks needed. The new business has a fascinating behind-the-scenes story, too. The baked goods are made by two savvy 11-year-old girls who own and operate the business.
A stylish sign high above American Yacht Harbor on the East End of St. Thomas reads, “Eat Shop Play Fish.” As is the case with many tropical destinations, AYH has a colorful past. In the late 1950s, a lone dirt road was the only way to reach the area by land.
Flamboyan Resort is a proud member of USVIHTA,a forward-thinking non-profit that “… serves as the unifying organization for hotels, guest houses, inns, condominiums, campgrounds and other tourism related business in the St. Thomas-St. John district of the United States Virgin Islands.”
In addition to publishing the Coconut Post online, Flamboyan Resort opened the Coconut Post Office. Official ‘home’ to the monthly publication, it’s a handy place to pick up island travel magazines and brochures showcasing places to go in the V.I.
Known locally as “The Rum of the Islands,” Cruzan Rum is rooted deep in St. Croix. Since the early 17th century, islanders have been adept at producing molasses and rum. Founded in 1760, the Cruzan tradition has been carried on by eight generations of the Nelthropp family at Estate Diamond.
In addition to breakfast foods, coffee drinks, lunch options, and freshly made smoothies available at Northside Grind, savvy proprietors Trish and Tom Dahl recently created displays showcasing attractive gourmet taste treats as well as fragrant, locally made candles and soaps.
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