Note, this post is slightly out of order.
While waiting for the wind to moderate a small bit, we rented a car on Wednesday and drove around Virgin Gorda, BVI. Driving here is on the left. i.e. the wrong side. But, unhelpfully, the steering wheel is still on the left so you feel like you are sitting in a normal US car. You are, of course, but the roads aren’t normal.
We used the car to go to the famous “Baths”. Here are a few pictures of the hiking trail.
After the Baths, we drove to the ruins of an old copper mine. The mine building ruins were interesting, but we thought the most interesting part was the bits of copper everywhere. Scattered all over the path and even streaks of green in the rocks used to build the buildings.
Seeing the green streaks on the rocks all over the point, it is no wonder that this was a great place for a copper mine.
Finally, after a stop for lunch, we visited Spring Bay next to the Baths. The rocks are quite similar, but it isn’t on the tourist map so it was almost empty.