Extractions: he British Virgin Islands are made up of about 50 islands and cays and two main islands, Virgin Gorda and Tortola. It is the only group of islands in the region that has maintained a relatively quiet serenity in the face of rapid regional growth. Little Dix Bay A 96-room luxury resort surrounded by 500 acres of lush, tropical wilderness, Little Dix Bay was built by Laurance Rockefeller, and opened in 1964. The 1/2-mile, crescent shaped beach is considered one of the best in the Caribbean. [ more Fischer's Cove Resort A beach hotel of untouched beauty, nestled into St. Thomas Bay. Winner of the Golden Award of World Famous Restaurants International... [ more The islands offer a rich landscape of colour; coastlines of white sand and palm trees; an unspoilt playground for pelicans, booby birds and terns; some of the friendliest faces in the Caribbean; a wide variety of local and international cuisine; abundant watersports facilities; a balmy sub-tropical climate moderated by soft gentle breezes and unspoilt surroundings for those people who wish to relax away from the crowds. PHOTO GALLERY OF THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS Click a picture to enlarge it Island hopper Anguilla Antigua Barbados Grenada St. Bart
St. John within their MultiProgram and regional Development facility The virgin islands (Britishand US) lie on a 1. The beaches within the virgin islands National Park http://www.unesco.org/csi/act/cosalc/stjohn.htm
Extractions: BEACH MONITORING FIELD MANUAL Executive summary Introduction Beach monitoring field techniques Site selection ... Appendix I. Description of the beach profile reference marks List of Figures Location of the monitored beaches in St. John Standard data form Reading the Abney level Completed data form ... To establish a new reference mark when the old one is lost February, 1998. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This manual describes a beach monitoring program that was started in St. John in the United States Virgin Islands in January, 1998. This program was established within the "Coast and Beach Stability in the Caribbean Islands" INTRODUCTION The beach monitoring program in St. John was established within the "Coast and Beach Stability in the Caribbean Islands" (COSALC) project. COSALC is a regional project which covers the smaller English-speaking islands of the eastern Caribbean, including: Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, St. Kitts-Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Turks and Caicos Islands, and has now been extended to the United States Virgin Islands.
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Extractions: Homepage Paises Miembros ENGLISH SELECTIONS: The History Of NACAC ... CACAC ANGUILLA Anguilla Amateur Athletic Association Direcci³n: P.O. Box 897, The Valley, Anguilla Presidente: Sr. Kenn Banks Tel: (264) 497-2442(Of) (264) 497-2164(Pr) Fax: (264) 497-3651(Pr) Secretaria: Srta. Vernice Webster E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ANTIGUA Direcci³n: Presidente: Sr. Leroy N. Ashton Williams Tel: (268) 461-2316(Pr) Fax: Secretaria: Sr. .Leslie A. Williams Tel: (268) 462-1270(Pr) E-Mail: email@example.com ARUBA Arubaanse Atletiek Bond Direcci³n: P.O.Box700 Oranjestad, Aruba Presidente: Sr. Harry Janssen Tel: (297) 824168(Pr) Fax: Secretaria: Sra. Rosa Wilham E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org BAHAMAS Bahamas Amateur Athletic Association Direcci³n: P.O.BoxSS5517 Nassau, Bahamas Fax: (242)326-4952 Tel: (242) 326-4516/361-6168 E-mail:email@example.com Presidente: Sr. Thomas Bannister Tel: (242) 326-6172(Of) (242) 356-4504(Pr) Fax: (242)323-4119(Pr) firstname.lastname@example.org Secretaria: Sra. Diana Lynn Thompson Tel: BARBADOS Amateur Athletic Association of Barbados Direcci³n: P.O.Box46 Bridgetown, Barbados
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ZUJI british virgin islands There are parts of the british virgin islands so beautiful,you'd happily marry the closest iguana just so you could stay there forever. http://www.zuji.com.sg/dest/guide/0,1277,ZUJISG|15546,00.html
Extractions: About ZUJI Travel Resource Links Travel Resources Home Research a Destination Convert Currency Check Weather Check Visa Requirements Buy Travel Insurance Flight Arrival/Departure Info Book a Flight Find a Hotel Hire a Car Log-in Log-out Become a Member Site Map Travel Resources Home Destination Guides Travel Tools Introduction There are parts of the British Virgin Islands so beautiful, you'd happily marry the closest iguana just so you could stay there forever. Think green hills, blue skies, tripped out sunsets and beaches where the loudest noise is the donk of a coconut dropping on sand soft as a baby's bot. Once the hideaway of buccaneers and brigands, the islands now attract a more salubrious yachting crew drawn by steady trade winds, well-protected anchorages and a year-round balmy climate. Tourist development has been limited by enlightened environmental policy, giving these islands a thoroughly different character from their raucous neighbors. While the US Virgin Islands have pursued the tourist dollar, the British Virgin Islands have been keen to stay limey and out of the limelight.
Extractions: Home Who We Are What We Do Where We Work, and How You Can Help ... Information and GIS Island Resources maintains a floating list of aboout 80 Program Associates who are available for short-term assignments to support Foundation projects in small tropical islands around the world. Program Associates are required to have both outstanding technical skills and prolonged working experience in small tropical islands. Island Resources Foundation Program Associates now have the opportunity to post their resume on this site. Check the resumes page if you are interested in details of someone's background, or click on the highlighted names below for Associates for whom we have e-mail addresses. Program Associate .............Specialty/Location Mr. Donald Anderson .....watershed management/USA Mr. Ove Andersson ........regional planning/Sweden Mr. Arthur Archer .......sanitary engineering/Barbados Mr. John Barnes ........fisheries/Bermuda Mr. Stephen Bass ........environmental policy/UK Dr.
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Extractions: Italiano Espa±ol The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland consists of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Great Britain is the mainland, and is made up of England, Scotland and Wales. Northern Ireland is part of another island, the other constituent of which is the Republic of Ireland. The UK does not include the Channel Isles and the Isle of Man, however these are dependencies of the UK, which is responsible for their defence. Although the UK is one state, it is made up of four countries, and power has been devolved from the main Parliament in Westminster, to a Scottish Parliament and Assemblies in Wales and Northern Ireland. Category editors: Open Site Code 0.4.1
Extractions: Anguilla Aruba Bahamas Barbados ... US Virgin Islands Do it all in the Caribbean About the CTO Accommodation Adventure African Heritage Book Now Conferences Cruising Diving Eating Out Eco-tourism Festivals Fishing Gambling Golf Land Sports Music Off Road Sailing Shopping Special Deals Special Events Spectator Sports Sustainable Watersports Select a destination Anguilla Aruba Bahamas Barbados Belize Bermuda Bonaire British Virgin Islands Cayman Islands Cuba Curaçao Dominica Dominican Republic Grenada Guadeloupe and St. Barts Guyana Haiti Jamaica Martinique Montserrat Puerto Rico St Eustatius St Lucia St Maarten St Martin Suriname US Virgin Islands Venezuela From the Indians who inhabited the island to the waves of early Europeans and mainland traders, the adventure of exploring the islands of the Caribbean archipelago has fulfilled the curiosity and need for variety of many the traveller over time and still does today! Even for residents of the Caribbean - often very familiar with places in Europe and North America - their neighbour islands have provided an unexpected exciting and economical vacation alternative. Both groups are discovering more of the Caribbean. This relatively small area amazes with diversity in climate and landscape, in language, religion and customs, in the history showcased, and the proud achievements in areas like music, sports and art, medicine and education. But there are common strands that run through the region, and a shared hospitality that reaches out to a newcomer, welcoming you home to a place you may never have been.