Life is rough when your biggest problem of the day is getting the sand off your beer can before you pop it!
We had scooped up a mooring at the popular, yet tiny, hot spot in the BVIs called Sandy Spit. It was the middle of the day and it was perfectly hot. We snorkeled onto the beach with the mesh bag full of beers in tow. This was a favorite spot for me and clearly for the pack of kite surfers there. We circumnavigated the island by foot in about 7 minutes! A perfect little beach to spend an hour or two in the waves, paddle boarding, sunning or sittin with a sandy booty holding a sandy beer!
This is definitely one of the most memorable places I’ve been. Talk about tiny island paradise!
Sandy Spit is an uninhabited islet of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean, sitting midway between Sandy Cay and Green Cay. It measures less than a half an acre in size, and consists entirely of a ring of sandy beach surrounding light foliage. It has the appearance of a classic paradise “desert island” and has been photographed for use in print medium in a number of advertising campaigns. – Wikipedia