"What a wonderful place, Tortola in the BVI is a little piece of England in the sunny Caribbean, the journey from the UK is pretty horrendous, but once you have recovered, it is so worth while, please UK Foreign and Colonial office here in the UK don't introduce direct flights, because what keeps Tortola special and unspoilt is that it is just that little more difficult to get to, flight to Antigua with British Airways, very civilised, and then we tackle Leeward Islands Air Transport LIAT, to fly on to Beef Island, but least said about LIAT the better. But all worth while, the islanders are lovely friendly people, there are good restaurants, with no dreadful chains like KFC or MacDonald. Prices in US dollars terms seem quite expensive, but, if you are translating that into GB pounds they are not bad The beach below the villa must be one of the best on the planet, and while we were there there were never more than 20 max others on the beach, lots of activities to do we did a day out on a boat with Debs who come from Surrey in England and who lives in a villa at the end of Casa Luna's drive and we did the canopy tour, a must if you have a head for heights.
But, you do need to arrange a 4 wheel drive vehicle to negotiate the well how shall I put it very rural road up to the villa
warning to UK visitors, as the BVI is British they drive on the left, but most of the hire vehicles are US drive ie left hand drive and most automatic, just to fuel our British view that Americans can not drive manual cars, worth bearing in mind, lol
God, anyway enough of all that, as for the villa, a wonderful place, well equipped, I am preparing to sell my soul to the Devil
if he will provide me enough money to buy the place from Graceann"
Date of Stay: July 2015
Review Submitted: August 15, 2015