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This mile-long, white sand beach, bordered by coconut palm and seagrape trees against foaming breakers over emerald reefs, captures the eye as one of the world’s most photogenic beaches, its vista closed by a picturesque green mound at Belmont Point.
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From British Virgin Islands
Travel from April 28 to May 14
A big suprise from Arnold (y)
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Beautiful landscape from British Virgin Islands.

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From British Virgin Islands
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Long Bay, Tortola

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IMG_3140From British Virgin Islands
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Roadtown, Tortola 

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From British Virgin Islands
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Roadtown, Tortola, British Virgin Islands

Tortola /tɔrˈtoʊlə/ is the largest and most populated of the British Virgin Islands, a group of islands that form part of the archipelago of the Virgin Islands. Local tradition recounts that Christopher Columbus named it Tortola, meaning “land of the Turtle Dove”. Columbus named the island Santa Ana. The later Dutch settled and called it Ter Tholen, after a coastal island forming part of the west coast of the Netherlands. When the British took over, they altered the name to its present-day Tortola.
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From British Virgin Islands
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