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Today was our first day on an island. Got here in the morning and took a tender (lifeboat that are hanging on the cruise ship) to the island. Princess Cays is on the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas but that area of it is privately owned by Princess. It's basically a beach with an outdoor cafeteria and bar areas. it does have some private cabanas that you can rent as well. The water was just amazing, ...
... multiple decks. Several activities and excursions are available for the so-inclined: glass bottom boating, sailing, kayaking, bicycling, horseback riding and stingray snorkeling.
The water was the perfect temperature to escape the heat, gently sloping and crystal clear. Being a little sensitive to the sun, I tucked under one of the few palm shelters on the beach, while everyone ...
... out !! Boy was she a sweetie and addicted to shopping !
Wes looked a lot like Thurston Howell III … just uncanny. So really he and Debbie, aka “Luvvie” (as per Gilligan’s Island), were a perfect match for each other.
Thurston, aka Wes, had been to Australia during the Vietnam war and knew and flew with Aussie pilots in the army.
Gigi and Bill live in Maryland and ...
... and really enjoyed being a Bahama bear. It is quite surreal seeing all the Christmas decorations up on a Caribbean Island with the sun blazing down…Church is a big deal on the Island and on a Sunday all the children have to attend three times a day….including Sunday school. We learned some interesting phrases….although they speak mostly English on the Island, they do have their own dialect too. ...
... along the west side of Eleuthera on a close reach, hoping to get to an anchorage just south of Current Cut, before the winds clocked to northwest and increased. This was a straight line distance of approximately 45nm. If our timing was right, we'd reach our intended anchorage that would afford protection from the northwest and north winds as the front approached and passed. The wind direction held long enough for us to keep a rhumb ...