Almost everyone has heard of Little Dix Bay of Virgin Gorda, known in some circles as “the world’s most famous beach resort”. It was by Laurence Rockefeller as an exclusive, secluded retreat for honeymooners and America’s “rich and famous”. You know anything with the Rockefeller name has to be a bit posh. His original design included 50 no-frills bungalows privately spaced along a gorgeous crescent beach edged with perfectly manicured lawns, towering palms, and colorful tropical foliage – one of the most beautiful settings in the Caribbean.
The morning’s breakfast was on the Pavilion patio which included a huge fresh fruit buffet with assorted cereal, pastries, smoothies, and juices. In addition, eggs, omelettes, waffles, and pancakes could be ordered freshly cooked on the grill.
My breakfast was two western omelettes with bacon, green/red peppers, onions and 2 lbs of mushrooms – now who really cares about my breakfast, right? Well the thing is that getting an omelette well done in the USA, requires an act of Congress plus a whip on the omelette cook – here I got my omelette very well done without major drama and fits <End of food rant> and two juice smoothies (Orange, Pineapple, Strawberries and Mango)
Not the worst surroundings in the world for breakfast ….