We had fun seeing iguanas around Biras Creek and feeding them flowers.
Two on one - Emily feeding a pair of iguanas
Jen Hunter feeding iguana
Ray Hunter feeding iguana
The British Virgin Islands consist of many islands, some large, some very small. Here are some of the ones we saw while cruising around in our dingey. A few of them we actually stopped at, and on my birthday we went to some of the local watering holes on these islands. It was fun to pull up to the dock, head to the bar (conveniently located close to the dock), get a nice cold tropical drink, then hop back into the dinghy and head to the next bar.We took the Boston Whaler out to a couple of beach bars on smaller islands. This being low season, they were not at all crowded, so we got great seats and had a blast.
Saba Rock - amini resort on a very tiny island in the North Sound. We took the dinghy to their bar one day.
Stopping off at the beach bar on Prickly Pear Island
With the owner of the Beach Bar, George
Necker Island - owned by the owner of Virgin Airlines, Sir Richard Branson. You can rent the whole island for a mere $31,000 per day!