British Virgin Islands and the Flag with the Saint
This flag informs the viewer about the history of these islands that is intertwined with British history in the Americas. You can hang it on the corner of your fridge like a stamp and it should offer a bounty of inspiration. The flag features the coat of arms of the British Virgin Islands in which Saint Ursula is framed with the lamps of her followers. It is an exquisite design o clam colors. That is the islands way to tell the travelers to relax in a place where the traveler feels that it is is her or his own.
British Virgin Islands and the Traditions of the Caribbean
These islands have some of the best of the Caribbean sea: the beaches are beautiful, the temperature never goes beyond the 32 centigrades, you won`t find buildings higher than two stories and here they preserve the local traditions that have bee followed by the native people for centuries. This archipelago is part of the British overseas territories and that shows in the language and in the sports. However, almost the 85% of their population comes from Africa and almost 10% bear Amerindian heritage. It is no wonder that the traveler can listen to traditional music known as fungi on the streets and in several venues. There are even fungi bands that play different instruments such as keyboards and saxophones. Fungi is not only about music but also a way of disseminating the history of the islands. This is a great travel souvenir to take back home.