Travel discussion for St. John
Dude, I don't think we need to overthink this. I lived 3 years in a fraternity house and turned out just fine. Sharing beds with guys we don't know? Not a problem for me (slut!), but I know some people are kind of funny. I don't snore and snoring doesn't bother me (ever slept with a pregnant woman?).Jorge wrote:Ok, I'll throw some early thoughts out there.
If we go off-season and pick up La Papaya and Alessandra (across the street from each other) we'll have 8 sweet bedrooms. Maybe we can convince Jeff & Russ to take an owners week at Bongo Bongo!
I'm also happy to pay a full share for my own bedroom and take last pick of bedrooms. I don't plan on spending a lot of time in my bedroom without Sweet Christine. But, having Jorge to snuggle with would make up for that!
Daily maid service? Unless we have blender wars, I think we'll be okay. But, then again, we may have some mama's boys in the group. Where's Ron_L?! No, he's not a mama's boy, but he knows how to make that Q! I'm okay not making specific plans on food, but waterguy is bringing cheese <hint> and I'm bringing bacon!
Sadly, my ear is pretty wrecked. Unless I get the roto-rooter done I won't be diving.
S/V Echoes - Coral Bay - St. John, VI
I give the villa cam a big thumbs up! Watching you all doing your guy stuff free from any fluffy rules for a week sounds interesting. Just the thought of all the burping, boozing, slurping, snoring (except for RickG who thinks he doesn't ), scratching and prodding of various body parts makes me kinda tingly. All this, plus spooning, jammie parties, and Naked Man Twister? (Please say you'll play too, Waterguy.) What more could we fluffs ask for?Jorge wrote:pjayer wrote:I can't decide which is more entertaining. Reading this thread or seeing Jorge's avatars.
So PJ, there you are. What do you think about the villa web-cam for the boys trip? ps. ya like this new avatar?
As for the avatar, I like it but am learning not to become too attached to any particular one. It's the only way I can cope with the constant change.
When the end of the world comes, I want to be in Kentucky, because everything there happens 20 years after it happens anywhere else. – Mark Twain