Travel and Adventure

Life in the BVI – Post Irma

I'm not going to lie, life isn't easy living on a island that has just been destroyed by a Category 5 hurricane, however it's not the worse thing in the world. When I told family and friends I was returning to live in the British Virgin Islands with my 4 month old daughter, they were… Continue reading Life in the BVI – Post Irma

Caribbean, Travel and Adventure

A Visa run to Barbados

Gavin's UK visa had run out and the closest embassy to get a renewal was Barbados. We only really needed a couple of days down there to get all the documentation dealt with, but we decided to make a little holiday out of the trip. We stayed in the Dover Beach Hotel on St. Lawrence… Continue reading A Visa run to Barbados

Travel and Adventure

3 week road trip around Costa Rica

I have always wanted to visit South America, but Central America never really crossed my mind until some friends of ours invited us there for their wedding. We decided to spend time catching up with friends for just under a week and then drive through Costa Rica for the remaining time we were there, which… Continue reading 3 week road trip around Costa Rica

Travel and Adventure

Want to live on a Tropical Island?

Many people dream of living on a Caribbean island. They go on vacation and swing in their hammock on the beach, basking in the sunshine whilst sipping on their Pina Colada thinking 'this is the life... I could stay here forever'! Whilst I am not complaining about the life I am currently living, I would… Continue reading Want to live on a Tropical Island?

Travel and Adventure

Diving the Wreck of the RMS Rhone

My brother had come to visit for a week and as you do, you find activities to keep your guests busy whilst visiting the island. Neither of us had ever been scuba diving before and we thought it would be a nice idea to try it out for the first time together. A little bonding… Continue reading Diving the Wreck of the RMS Rhone

Travel and Adventure


Since arriving on Tortola we have been looking for a 'runabout' boat to get between the islands. On your days off there's nothing better than jumping on your own little vessel and doing a spot of island hopping, having some well deserved beach time, snorkeling, hiking to the top of different islands in time for… Continue reading Boomslang

Travel and Adventure

A new charter season

December came around quickly. After a fantastic few months of catching up with family and friends, it was time to get to work. Charter season was in full swing and we had a great one for bookings. It was my first charter working alongside Gavin as a Captain and Chef team. I'm not going to… Continue reading A new charter season