We arrived later than expected to US Virgin Island of St. John, after a very rough three-landing attempt into St. Thomas that included two last minute aborted landings, an insanely scary amount of turbulence through ’swirling winds’ and an unscheduled stop in San Juan to wait out the rough weather.
We arrived to our little jungle cottage after dark, and thankful our landlord insisted on hiring a greeter service to help us get settled. He had our rental Jeep waiting for us at the ferry dock, took us to a local market to get some basics and then lead us over the 133 curve, wet, dark, hilly Centerline Road to Coral Bay.
We had to make one stop, to allow a family of baby pigs to cross in front of us. We could really see nothing however, which made our senses even more aware of the loud beautiful song of birds echoing amongst the trees and cliffsides.
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