Sugar Apple Bed & Breakfast

Address: P.O. Box 14, Eleuthera, Out Islands, Bahamas | B&B
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This B&B is located on P.O. Box 14, Eleuthera.
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Travel Blogs from Eleuthera

Our US Holiday - Half Moon Cay

A travel blog entry by gtaviani on Oct 01, 2014

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... of tourist-type facilities. 50 staff permanently reside there. Other staff travel from other Bahamanian Islands to work there. Cornella (Nel) our guide, lives on an Island (Eleuthera) which is an hour and a half away by boat. Half Moon Cay is mainly limestone. There is a lagoon which is "protected"from fishing, but that doesn't stop Carnival hiring out Jet Skis for people to hoon around the lagoon! Nel pointed out bushes and trees which could be used to remedy ...

Heading home -ELH to MIA

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Jun 24, 2014

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Bags packed and our Turtle Cove experience coming to an end at 10:00 check-out time, our taxi arrived promptly at 10:00 am to take us to the North Eleuthera International Airport. The cab driver made a brief stop along our driveway to gather some ripe mangos from our favorite tree. Life is very relaxed on Eleuthera. We arrived at the airport 20 minutes later, checked our bags and walked across the unbusy street to kill some time at the ...

Delightfully uneventful

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Jun 17, 2014

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... and iPad (for creating and uploading our blog, checking email and reading books) and Linda's Kindle... running for over a week, so far, on initial charges... supplemented by several marvelously, lightweight, auxiliary battery packs given to Jim by his daughters last Christmas. And the funny thing is, we adjusted so quickly, painlessly and don't even miss any of the so-called modern conveniences. So far, we haven't needed or wanted to turn the generator ...

Glass window and Royal Island

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on Apr 05, 2014

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... bridge and were lucky enough to see the blow hole at the top. Setting off about 1,30 we hoped to get through Current cut on the tide as it went out, as the current sweeping through is very fast. All ok apart from the narrow entrance to the sand bank channel about 1 mile out, when we had only 0.1 under Ellisa and the tide was going down! Fior one moment ...

On our own again...naturally! Cruising Eleuthera

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Nov 16, 2012

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... had our first snorkel, donning our wetsuits for the cool water.

On November 19th we departed Annie Bight after doing laundry in Gregory Town in the morning. Our next stop was Alabaster Bay on N to NW winds of 10-15 kts. The north portion of this small bay afforded protection from NW winds which were forecast to increase to 15-20 by evening. This worked out although it was a bit rolly.

On November 20th we ...