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Here is another video... our trip back across the top of Eleuthera with a visit to Preacher's Cave (Jan 6, 2015). I have too much video of our 1 months stay on Harbour Island - it will take some time to organize. I'll post it in orderly bits later. For now, the 2014-15 trip continues...
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Hotel driver knocks on door at 6am even though not supposed to leave til 6:45. Knocks again 10 min later and another 10 min after that. So I end up ready to go at 6:30am. See some of the island on drive. Also see the jitneys out, though hotel told me they don't start til 7am. Arrive at ferry at 7am and it costs $45!!! wtf! Not using hotel taxi again. Get some bananas from nearby market and wait for ferry ...
Today, on our return trip from the grocery store, we stopped at Preachers Cave, an important historical landmark for Eleuthera. The large unique cave is located about two miles east of Gene's Bay and about one mile west of Turtle Cove. The cave was discovered by William Sayle and, a group of Christians seeking religious freedom from Bermuda, now referred to as "The Eleutheran Adventures." They were shipwrecked off the Eleuthera coast on a reef called the Devil's Back Bone in 1648 and ...
Today after a brief visit to our nearby (4 miles) general store, on our return trip, we decided to make a deviation. We drove to the government dock, which is a short 2.5 mile journey from Turtle Cove. We parked our car and took the ferry to the island town of Spanish Wells. The ferry ride cost $9 per person round trip and took about 5 minutes. Soon after disembarking, we rented a golf cart to explore the town, which has two main ...
Finally the storms subsided and most guests had gone back to the ship so we had a fairly deserted island to enjoy for the latter part of the afternoon on the family beach (it was still pretty overcast with just little patches of sun and blue sky every now and then). We finally packed up and headed back to the ship to get ready for the evening.
While everyone else got ready for dinner, I went ...