BC6 – DAY 4

January 23, 2013 -

John Heald

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5 Responses to BC6 – DAY 4

  1. Arthur says:

    Correction, John. What you see from Paradise Point is not Magen’s Bay, which is the north side of the island, but is instead St. Thomas Harbour and Long Bay. Still my absolute most favourite island and vacation destination yet. I look forward to re-visiting my second home on my next Carnival cruise this spring/summer!

  2. Michelle Harmon says:

    Ok John, I met you in 2009 and you made our trip great. My son Eric. Still has his captains hat and l izzy the iguana. Not to mention the pride statue. Well, after that trip I began a journey with cancer and in 2011 I began to heal. Unfortunately I didn’t make the 2 year mark before having metasteses so now I am looking to take my ill red on one last cruise. Hawaii with maybe some Tahiti tossed in. Any recommendations? This time around I may even get a enthuse suite since I am limited at times. Hehehehe

  3. Anne Seitz says:

    I love you and Calvyn! Every time I see you two together I know you will make me laugh.
    Wish we were back on the Breeze. Will never forget being on it’s inaugural trip in the spring.
    We are really looking forward to our winter cruise coming up this Sunday on the Valor.
    Keep up the good work!

  4. STILLmissingthesmokefreeparadise says:

    Calvin –

    Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

    John needed a kiss on his birthday!!!!!!!!!!!


  5. Roxianne says:

    We LOVE St. Thomas. There is a restaurant there that serves the best Roti in the US Virgin Islands! It’s a little hole in the wall (literally) but soooo worth the stop!

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