Archive | September, 2014

Caribbean Life FAQs (Part 1 of 2)

Since Caribbean Life season one premiered on Home and Garden Television (HGTV) in January, we have been inundated with countless inquiries from people stateside considering relocation...

St. Croix Shopping

                    One question we often get from stateside clients looking to relocate is what shopping options they will have...

Slow Down on St. Croix

You always hear people joke about being on “island time,” usually those on vacation or who perpetually run late.  But island time is a real thing on St. Croix. Laid Back...

Reefs, Bays and Lagoons on St. Croix

Last night my husband and I flipped on Wheel of Fortune (TV watching is rare in our house) and the first puzzle we see is “Reefs, Bays and Lagoons.”  Sounded familiar....

Dining Around St. Croix: Casual / Local

When you move to St. Croix, you want to learn where the locals eat.  These restaurants are a few of the places tourists rarely find and locals frequent.  Expect bizarre locations,...

Dining Around St. Croix: East End

Many stateside transplants to St. Croix live on the east end of the island, along the north shore.  Here you find beautiful housing with exquisite Buck Island views, along with...

Dining Around St. Croix: Gallows Bay

When you move to an island that is only 28 miles long, you discover the popular areas quickly.  Gallows Bay is an area just east of Christiansted where many offices are located, in...

Dining Around St. Croix: North Shore

When you relocate to St. Croix, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how many great places there are to dine.  Here are some highlights on the north shore (really the north west...