The Virgin Islands are about to hit a wall, and the toll will be too heavy for them to bear.
Virginia is the second most populous U.S. state, but its population is shrinking as tourists head north and tourists travel farther south.
That trend will be exacerbated by the growing number of people in the Caribbean.
But Virginia has also struggled to attract tourists and the tourism industry is booming.
The U.K. is already seeing its tourism industry shrink, as the U.
Kingdom’s economy continues to crumble due to the Brexit vote.
Virginians have been hit hard by Hurricane Irma, and there are concerns about the impact it will have on tourism.
Virginia tourism, however, will not be going anywhere anytime soon.
The state has seen its population fall to around 1.2 million, and its tourism economy is only expected to grow by just over 50 percent this year.
Virginian tourism is also facing a severe shortage of hotel rooms due to Irma’s effects, and even though the state is hoping for an uptick in hotel occupancy this year, there are already a number of resorts that are unable to accommodate new arrivals.
Virginias tourism industry has been booming for the past decade, and now it will suffer even more.
Virgin Islands tourism will suffer because the island has so many tourists heading north to the Caribbean, but they won’t be able to go any further because of the current crisis.