We are finally on Montserrat and in our villa (Villa Tropicasa).
When we landed in Antigua on Saturday the Montserrat airport was closed because of weather and it basically stayed that way until Monday. So, on Monday we were able to catch the SVG Air flight (great small planes - unless you don't like to fly), get to the villa and settle in some.
Ken Cassell, the owner of Villa Tropicasa met us at the airport, along with his regular Taxi man, Winston. Both, as is everyone we've ever met on Montserrat, are great people. Ken is an excellent host, met us at the villa and went through a walk-through with us.
The villa is perfect for us (two couples) and really exactly our style. I don't know if I'm allowed to put their website here by (www.sunislandrealestate.com/villatropicasa/) is it. As in most real estate photos, the pictures are "better" than the actual, but the villa is very nice. I'll rate it on their page on TA later.
Monday evening we ate at Tina's. This is a very nice, excellent food and affordable. Montserrat doesn't have "resorts" or "5-star" restaurants, which is why we came. However, you can't beat the food!
It poured rain throughout the afternoon and night, with at least one 20-30 minute period of "verticle rain". As on many islands, after verticle rain, the power in our area went out for about an hour - really No Problem, Mon.
I have no idea what we will do today - if anything :)