The beautiful cove at Ginger Island is around the back - so we have to leave the Caribbean Sea and go out into the big, scary Atlantic Ocean to get there. The sea was really scary and rough, our tiny boat couldn't make it past the huge waves to get into the cove, so we turned back and headed to Virgin Gorda instead.
Virgin Gorda means Fat Virgin, because the island looks a bit like a big naked lady lying down in the water! It's the 3rd largest island in the BVI (after Tortola and Anegada) and is somehow always super hot compared to Tortola, even though it's only a short boat ride away. The island is made up of the most beautiful and unusual rock formations. The famous place that tourists go to is called The Baths - it's like an natural adventure course of caves and rock clambering, with cool lagoons under the rocks and gorgeous things to see!
After clambering through the rocks we came out at Devil's Bay. We had a wander around all of the rock pools and the beach - when I came across this guy! The sea urchins spines are really sharp and can be pretty nasty - Tony is standing on them all the time!
We stopped at Savannah Bay to see if any of the trees had ripe mangoes in to munch on the way over to Scrub Island.
It started to look a bit grey and we were worried a storm was coming through!
What have you been up to this week? ♥