No matter where you’re at in the world, chances are you’d rather be sitting on the sand of White Bay, sipping on a Painkiller or three. Listening to Soggy Dollar Radio lets your mind escape to the BVI where those cold drinks and beautiful vistas are just a memory away.
From Anegada to Magens Bay and around the wold, you’ll be able to tune into the rum and sun atmosphere of Jost. There’s two ways to listen to Soggy Dollar Radio…
How To Listen to Soggy Dollar Radio
1. I recommend downloading the TuneIn app from iTunes of the Google Play store and finding Soggy Dollar Radio there so you can have it where ever you go. Here’s the link – Soggy Dollar Radio.
2. You can stream it live from their website at Soggydollarradio.com.
I listened to Soggy Dollar Radio all last week while at work. It plays a great mix of reggae, island style country, pop, and even a classic rock blast from the past about once an hour. Their were very little repeats with a lot of music I had heard before, and I lot I missed hearing. I was definitely feeling the Caribbean vibe from all the way up here in southwest Florida.
Painkillers, towering coconut palms, swaying hammocks, and the blue blue water of White Bay–if this is your escape, then give Soggy Dollar Radio a listen.
Let me know what you think!
What You Will Learn
This is not a short and simple guide that's full of fluff. It's 37 pages of indepth information that will take you step-by-step through the process of turning your passion into a money making business. While it focuses on travel, it can be used for any passion and niche.