Nov 3 update: Our sister island of St Thomas saw its first cruise ship arrive since the hurricanes visited us about 60 days ago!It was a beautifully blue sky day to welcome the Seabourn Odyssey into the Charlotte Amalie Harbor.
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The good folks from WAPA and BBC Missouri Electric Utility have powered up the Westin Resort which is just one hill away from our Villa.
There are utility crews spread all around the island working feverishly to bring electricity to every part of St John.
The good news this week is that the largest car barge, the Mr B, was able to be re-floated.
Banged up she is but she is now headed to New Orleans to be patched up and returned to service hopefully by January.
Starting February, Spirit Airlines will be flying several flights a week. According to the Virgin Islands Consortium, the USVI Director of Tourism held several meetings over the holiday weekend with executives of Jet Blue and Delta airlines urging them to add more flights to St Croix and St Thomas now that the islands are 'back in business'.
The good news is that both airlines agreed to add flights: Nov 22 update: Big news today announced by the National Park Service -- they have officially reopened the Virgin Islands National Parks!“Maho Bay Beach reopened last Wednesday, we finished the rest of the beaches Thursday and Friday, and the remaining work at Annaberg Sugar Mill was completed Friday afternoon.We are excited to welcome visitors back to their park.”Dec 15 update: The Bloomberg USVI Recovery Team just announced that by this weekend, all beaches, trails and roads across St. The clean-up continues with more signs of progress across St. The Bloomberg team has been a remarkable partner and leader in the rebuilding of St John.More than 2 dozen cruise ships are scheduled to arrive this month alone.Nov 2 update: While we continue to be without electricity from WAPA (the local power company), we are doing our part to help by housing at Great Expectations FEMA relief workers who are, in turn, helping residents of St John.We hope to have our webcam back on line soon so you can enjoy the views (until you come here yourselves, of course) but until then please take a peek at the Soggy Dollar webcam.