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  • LEAVING NEW YORKBacking out of the Pier – The Empire State Buildingnext to the USS Intrepid
  • Matt and AmyImagine, Mattdrinking beforewe even leaveport!!
  • Elephant TowelOur maid would make a different towel animal each night – keep watching for more
  • Fun Things to do on the Gem
  • Lounging on the Gem
  • At “The StarBar” on theGemOur favorite on-board activity
  • The “White Hot Party” and guitarist “Leo” playing some favorite tunes onboard the Gem
  • The Chocolate Buffet
  • The Dog Towel
  • Sailing into San Juan, PR
  • Old San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • San Juan, PR
  • Our ship in port in San Juan
  • More Old San Juan
  • Carriage Ride and the Puerto Rican Government Building
  • Christmas Decorations Still up!Norwegian Gem at Night in Port in San Juan
  • St. Thomas, USVI
  • Charlotte Amalie – St. Thomas
  • Magen’s Bay – St. Thomas
  • Magen’s Bay – St. Thomas
  • A view of Magen’s Bay, St. Thomas, From High Above
  • Sitting on the Beach at Magen’s Bay, St. Thomas, USVI
  • More Magen’s Bay
  • Magen’s Bay
  • Magen’s Bay
  • Our Ship in Port at Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas (USVI)
  • Walking Around Charlotte Amalie
  • Personal Yachts Docked inCharlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
  • Back on Board the Gem in St. Thomas
  • Leaving Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
  • The Penguin Towel
  • Sailing into St. John, Antigua
  • Disembarking in St. John, Antigua
  • The Antiguan Countryside
  • Tropical Flora in Antigua
  • More tropical Flora - Antigua
  • And even more tropical flora -
  • Mrs. MacMillan and her birdie
  • Mrs. MacMillan’s Antiques in her Antigua Home
  • ANTIGUA Some differenttoilet rules than we were used to because of perpetual drought conditions
  • Antiguan Sugar Mills
  • An Antiguan Schoolyard
  • Pineapple Farm Tour - Antigua
  • Pineapple Farm in Antigua
  • Banana Trees!!
  • Antiguan Beaches
  • More Antiguan Beaches
  • The Antiguan Beach Where We Swam and had Lunch
  • Kristin strolling on the Beach in Antigua; Jim lying on the Beach in Antigua!!
  • Antigua was Postcard Perfect
  • Our Tour Guide, Jackie, and our Lunch Hut on the Beach
  • Lunch and Jackie Playing the Steel Drum
  • Walking Around St. John, the Antiguan Capitol
  • Getting Back on Board in Antigua
  • Back on Board in Antigua A Mouse Towel
  • Arriving in St. Maarten/St. Martin The island is half French and half Dutch
  • Our tour guide, Phillip, driving us around St. Maarten
  • Entering the French Side
  • French and Dutch License Plates in St. Maarten
  • In Marigot on the French Side in St. Maarten
  • The French Flag Flies High
  • Iguanas on St. MaartenThey got loose from a zoo after a hurricane
  • Orient Bay Beach (French Side) St. Maarten
  • Walking Around Phillipsburg on the Dutch Side in St. Maarten
  • The Largest Sailboat We’ve Ever Seen Docked in St. Maarten
  • Back on Board in St. Maarten – Leaving St. Maarten at Night
  • Arriving in our last Port, Tortola, BVI with a Tropical Rainbow
  • Hiking to “The Baths” on Virgin Gorda. The Baths are Unique Rock Formations on the Beach Made From Volcanic Activity
  • At “The Baths” on Virgin Gorda,BVI
  • The Baths at Virgin Gorda
  • More of The Baths at Virgin Gorda
  • Jim, Kristin, Amy and Matt at “The Baths” in Virgin Gorda
  • Stopping at the Beach on Virgin Gorda
  • No Seagulls at Virgin Gorda – Chickens Instead!!!!
  • Kristin on the Beach at Virgin Gorda
  • Virgin Gorda- and our Dream Home There
  • Back on Board in Tortola and Leaving for New York