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Travel Blogs from Treasure Cay
Needing some fuel for the last leg across the Gulf Stream to Florida we head along the coast 15 miles to Fox Town. A real Bahamian village where tourists don't get, according to the guide book! We now know why - very friendly people, a small shop and a closed BTel office. All very sleepy and run down but we got fuel, and a great Conch display! More thunder storms early evening, with rain this time and a windy night? Anchor watch again I'm ...
A short sail North west and we stopped in Powell Cay over night. A dinghy ride and walk along the beach before supper and a but of shark spotting put us off a sunset swim. The beach in the bay was stunning but a walk across the Island led to rubbish strewn beach on the Atlantic side - all sorts of rubbish washed ...
... know that boat"! Next morning, having tried to dinghy around to the Atlantic side and got stuck on the bottom, we take a 30 min walk across the Island through the woods to the Atlantic side and bump into our neighbours on the beach! Small world, they use to moor their boat in Portugal near Ellisa 8 years ago and have common friends who are now in Scicilly! Spotting large nursery sharks banking in the crystal clear blue ...
... jigging away so no dancing for us today! A short dinghy ride over to New Plymouth in the morning before heading out on high tide. Another quaint little town, made up of lots of little sheds and very friendly people. Vert's shop building shop was cute and some fantastic models of old schooners with Vert himself there to tell us how he build them ...
Here is another video - this one follows us from Powell Cay to Manjack Cay and includes a little snorkling trip. We end the video by returning to Green Turtle Cay in time for Sunday Services with our Bahamian friends.
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