Photo of the Day – Pirates Bight Beach Bar, Norman Island, British Virgin Islands

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Do you ever have one of those days when you just can’t come up with anything to write about? I have plenty of articles that are at varying degrees of being finished but I just couldn’t find it within myself to finish them. I tried to come up with something new but I just wasn’t feeling it so you’re left with another “Photo of the Day” posting. You’ll have to forgive my laziness. I’ll blame it on the fact it’s Friday afternoon and my brain has begun its weekly shutdown from the work week and it’s unbearably gray and dreary outside.

If you follow my blog, you’ll know that Pirates Bight, a beach bar/restaurant on Norman Island in the British Virgin Islands, burned to the ground a short while ago. This photo, another beautiful aerial shot from, is a reminder of what it once was and what it will soon be again and the activity just waiting to come back to this part of the world.

Author: Tom W.

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  1. I want to let you know that I’ve been nominated for the Unique Leaves Award by Donzwebb. I’d like to pass on the colourful nomination to YOU! Your blog is one of a kind and also colourful and bright! Congratulations! You can view the post here with your nomination:
    Hopefully you will pass on the blogger lovins’ as well to the unique blogs you follow. Not sure if you do these types of awards, but I couldn’t go without mentioning you.

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    • Thank you so much, Jessica! As a huge fan of your blog, I feel honored to be nominated by you. I’ll definitely pay it forward and reward others accordingly. Have a great day!

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      • Awesome! I am so glad you will pass on the blogger lovin’s. Although slightly “chain-letter-like”, I think it is an excellent idea to celebrate the blogs we follow and share their sites with our readers. I’d appreciate the link on your page as well since you have so many followers. I love your blog! Especially the beach pics! You know me, a lover of the sea and all things turquoise.

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