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Anegada

Located 15 miles north of  Virgin Gorda, Anegada is the second largest of the British Virgin Islands. Unlike it's mountainous neighbouring islands being of volcanic origin, Anegada is unique in that it is formed from coral and limestone and was the cause of a tectonic plate shift. The island is extremely flat and low and… Continue reading Anegada

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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