Caribbean Cruise Video – St. John and St. Thomas (Day 4)

Here is a video from our adventures on Day 4 of our cruise vacation in St. John and St. Thomas, USVI. We went snorkeling at Trunk Bay in St. John and visited Magic Ice in St. Thomas. We also saw many iguanas by the Crown Bay pier where our ship, the Emerald Princess was docked. The music tracks are: Cherry Blossom Girl by Air and Consequence by The Notwist.

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  1. Caribbean Cruise - Snorkeling at Trunk Bay, St. John, US Virgin Islands (Day 4) - Justin Plus Lauren
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    […] We went back to the ship and changed out of our bathing suits. We had an extremely quick bite to eat at the buffet since we wanted to make the most of our time spent in port. After our meal, we departed the ship once again and headed back out on the town. Read all about our adventures in downtown Charlotte Amalie visiting Magic Ice, and see a video from our day in St. Thomas & St. John. […]

  2. vegan miam
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    How cute, iguanas! I want to see them in person someday! I’ve never been on cruises, but I would love to see a variety of places/islands at once! And I’m afraid of snorkeling :(

    • Justin and Lauren
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      It was fantastic to see so many different islands at once. I highly recommend it! And on Princess we were able to get special vegan food made for us no problem – we were really impressed with how they handled our dietary request. As for snorkeling….well, in some places (definitely in Bonaire, which I will be posting about soon) you can see many fish by the shore at the surface! So you wouldn’t even have to stick your face underwater to see them – you could see some just by walking past the shore. Also, there are just so many other activities you could do as well on the islands, there’s really something for everyone :)

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