Any Rental Leads for 1 July 2018 Lease Start Date?
Good morning all and a good and a healthy and prosperous day to ya!
Am arriving in STT today and will be there through the 30th May, with the sole focus of this PMV being to secure a 1-2 year lease with a 1 July 2018 move-in date. Preferably a 2 bdrm/2 bath in either STT or STJ but am totally focused on finding something during this visit.
In addition to what’s available on the local FlexMLS (which is limited), will of course be resorting to all the other means of finding something, from bulletin boards to local leasing agents to word of mouth, so if you know of something, please private message me.
Thanks for your assistance!
I know you've already responded to Pammerjo's thread regarding her condo in Cowpet Bay - that area is lovely and I would totally recommend checking it out. Also, you can post/search for apartments on the Facebook group What's Going On St. Thomas. I'll keep my ears open and let you know if I hear of anything. Good luck!
Thanks atticus but I have found something really nice just yesterday with an awesome view overlooking Hull Bay, BVI and Down Island on the Little Northside. I’m so excited, gonna be living in the USVI as of 1 July!
Congrats! That's awesome news!
Thx StJohnJulie, am so excited
I usually visit Michigan early July. Not going to go this year. Going to miss out on bringing back 20lbs of fresh picked blueberries. The northern fruits and berries that I grew up eating are very expensive here.
So true and the Fall apples in Michigan. What local fruits here in the islands can be gotten fresh? I know mangos are coming up soon, but what else. Recommended fruit and veg markets?
Stands all along Centerline Rd and at the post office on Queen st I think it is for starters. Also the grocer just past 5 corners towards town, usually has local stuff as well as of island.
Cashew fruit but don't eat, roast or cook the cashew nuts or you'll kill yourself.
Papaya, mango, bananas, pineapple, soursop, sugar apple, star fruit, guava, avocado, tamarind, sugar cane, breadfruit, and lots of other fruits, vegetables and herbs available locally on STT.
What? I roast cashews all the time, what’s the issue with these?
genips too, local fruit.
There are all kinds of things here that I had never seen prior to moving here. I've never been a huge fan of tropical fruits myself. I do however like breadfruit and the local sweet potatoes a LOT. Green papaya, green plantain, dragon fruit, local plums, and pineapples are all pretty tasty to my palate and you can get them all locally grown here. If you are a fan of tea, there is all kinds of bush tea you can make as well. My kids love genips, tamarind, coconuts, and mangos. My dogs have always loved the locusts aka stinky toe - they literally smell like stinky feet. People make a drink out of them that I can't bring myself to try. I have several in my yard and it keeps the dog entertained. It's like having an endless supply of stinky shoes to eat. (sorry, no offense to those of you who like to consume them LOL!)
Thanks everyone for the great local fruit and veggie suggestions, will have to try them. Funny how this original topic title had nothing to do with what it ended up being the discussion of, lol