Sugar Apple Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... perhaps see if there is music playing anywhere.
The winds are calmer today so we might try and snorkel off the beach who knows what the day will give us. No snorkeling but a swim in the ocean and time at the pool was pretty much how the day played out.
John arrived safe and sound and we enjoyed appy's on board ...
... fences. The beaches here are very pink although the picture I've added doesn't really show the pink it is definitely light pink in color. This is one of the fabled Bahamian hideaway's of celebrities and famous people who are looking for seclusion and a relaxed lifestyle.
We took a trip around the Island for a couple of hours, walked on the famous pink beach and we found the Blue Bar this was a recommendation from one ...
Up early and go to beach to film a sunrise time-lapse. Check messages by Valentine's. Back to hotel to rest. Wander to market and post office. Down to beach to collect some pink sand. Pack up, leave suitcase at reception and go to beach for a couple hours. Lunch at Angela's. Get bag then to dock for water taxi. Arrive at airport a little over 2 hours early...but then flight delayed 1.5 ...
... Jim calmly accelerated our boat a bit to make sure we did not interfere with the docking of the "Bo Hengy". When we arrived safely at the opposite side of the dock, a little unnerved, the Captain guided the boat into position for tie off and anchoring, after only 3 tries. Captain Jim, sea legs wobbling, hopped off the boat, then assisted the First Mate onto the dock, walked a few steps, rented a waiting golf cart and drove away to explore Harbor Island. We were a ...
... them out over the same port side so she finally tilted over enough to float off. Feeling a bit nervous Eric was glad to see that our bouy was once again the nearest one to the channel, one benefit of having a deep draft boat! A stroll around the town reinforced our view that it was Grimsby with Bahamian colourful paint on the buildings - a working fishing port. Happy hour in the only open bar was beautiful , ...