Sugar Apple Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Hello everyone, Posting another video with a bit more of Spanish Wells and our move from Spanish Wells to Harbour Island via the Devil's Backbone (Ahrrrrrg!).
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... Arrive, check in, change into swimmers. Grab some pastries from Arthur Cafe then go to Pink sands beach. Walk, hang out, walk more. Clouds come in so go to hotel and shower. To Sunsets Bar for beer while watch sunset. Talk to a couple from Virginia there about places to eat. Ma Rudy's has no people so skip, try to find Harry O's but end up at Queen Conch. Slow service. Have some grilled grouper ...
... gift shop in the area. Our flight doesn't board for another 3 hours. We made a few purchases, chatted with a couple of ladies from Colorado and had the lunch special of jerk pork, potato salad, fried plantains and lima beans and rice. Only an hour and a half until boarding. Ok. We just cleared thru security, a bit non-technical, but unintrusive and efficient. As we are waiting outdoors on the edge of the tarmac, our plane just landed at ...
... t been all that interested. He says its too easy to catch the little ones which must be thrown back. Whenever he hooks a big fish, the 8 lb. test line snaps, losing steel leader and hook and fish. He's used up all his big hooks, but still has 6 of ten steel leaders left. He'll will need to get more large hooks at a local store next time we're out. And if he is able to bring in something big, which is very likely, if the line holds up, once he gets ...
Leaving Hatchet bay we had to get through Current cut but took a quick detour to glass window. This is a very barrow bridge that was rebuilt after hurricane Andrew swept away the original arch. You sit on the bank side and look through to the ocean, where the seas rage up to the narrow gap and push through the opening. We managed to get a shore and hike up ...