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How do I get lobster on the boat? And we are chartering a 36i FROM SunSail
Skip the lobster. Have a great time. I highly suggest playing shut-the-box at the bar on Cooper Island Resort, drinking painkillers during happy hour.
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Absolute bestest painkiller is the one served at The Baths. I sampled a lot. That's the one that I still long for.
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ooooohhh painkillerz...yummmmmmmm.. yup coming over soonest..
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WoW!!! what a great trip That was. Had some great learning and some not so fun. All self induced. I will explain a be more later. Let the Dinghy go on the way from Foxes to Sophers hole. Saw that we did and went back for it. Thank God it was just sitting there bobbing, Weight in for us. Save me a tone of money.





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It was nice but overpriced. We grabbed a Pain Killer and headed up the road in the back. Met a really nice fellow named Achilles and spent a couple of hours talking and shooting the 20 knot breeze with him.
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Re: Pirates bight at norman island reopens after “make over”

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Last month the construction process wasn't far beyond foundation and scaffolding, so I do not think that the new Pirate's is open; but the temporary restaurant and bar is superior to most watering holes in the BVI and I had a very tasty dinner there. It is worth visiting in any case.
You're talking about the bar that used to be (or is now?) here? (see map below)... thanks!
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