This was my fourth trip to the BVI and I had never been to Anegada and was curious to see it. It was very hot, flat as a pancake and the interior was almost all salt flats. I rented a bike to get around to see the two beaches and found that the road to Cow Wreck beach was mostly packed sand, just a little harder for the one speed cruiser but not bad. Of the two beaches Cow Wreck was a little nicer but the wind was blowing so hard we couldn't snorkel. I did manage to read in a chaise lounge and take a long walk, I think about two days on the island is just right, one for each beach. I did enjoy the baked goods at Pam's Kitchen, the restaurant at Neptunes treasure hotel. Now I can say been there, done that and won't go back.
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