Many of us grew up supporting their football team at the World Cup, and there is something romanticised about Brazil that makes most Trinis feel they would enjoy their time there. We ‘throw’ fetes; they have blocos with half a million people.We have beautiful women; they have beautiful women with fake boobs. Sports fans should be salivating at the idea of catching either the 2014 World Cup or 2016 Olympics and I imagine both prove to be unforgettable affairs.Often new residents seek other residents originally from the mainland to date, because many younger "continentals" move as seasonal workers they are only on island for 6 months to a year. T-shirts, shorts, summer dresses are often the norm. This does not leave a lot of room for a long term relationship. Virgin Islanders like to dress to a T when attending shows at the local Center of Performing Arts, church or school shows. The dating scene might be described as difficult by a new resident. Thomas you can find name brand clothing like Tommy Hilfiger and Polo. There are no malls comparable to large US mainland malls. Benefits of island living; we enjoy a fairly constant climate and temperature in the high 70's and mid 80 range. The landscape in the islands is beautiful and can be enjoyed year round. There are certainly many women and men living here, however individual taste and requirements might make the options limited. In terms of what people wear – Virgin Islanders dress casually but fairly conservatively. The hot weather year round means no fall, winter, spring cloths, the same cloths can be worn year round so only one wardrobe is necessary. American citizens can freely travel and work in the U. The same federal immigration regulations that exist in the US mainland are in use in the Virgin Islands. Get them beach toys like floats, beach balls and Frisbees. Optometrist, Ophthalmologist and Opticians are available on St. People generally live and work peacefully together. And that pretty much goes for all things; from being checked out at the grocery store, to post office lines, traffic and registering your car. For more information visit: Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services. There are baseball teams and other sports teams, often organized by schools. School plays and other theatre camps are available. Church groups for children are common at most religious congregations. Croix have a bowling alley, there are a few shopping malls/areas but not like the traditional US malls. Read more on Availability of Goods Yes you can bring pets with you to the islands. Inter-racial and inter-cultural couples and families are somewhat common. The greater majority of the Virgin Islands population is made up of Virgin Islanders and people from other Caribbean islands, consequently new residents might feel like outsiders or like the locals are standoffish. Traveling back home can be quite expensive from the U.
Even younger more financially stable couples use the U. Calls between islands within the US Virgin Islands are toll free, they are considered local calls. Please go to Occupation/Wage for more information on this topic.
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The water is drinkable and customer service is widely practised in this small country that relies heavily on tourism.