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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sea life and rises and ebbs with the tides.
Although it has a connection to the ocean, no one has found the connection. Jacques Cousteau tried at one time unsuccessfully. The hole is full if fish but no fishing is allowed, and it is open for swimming to the public and feeding the fish.
Off to Governor's Harbour next.
... of it was so neat, a turquoise blue. Went swimming right off the bat, the water was quite warm and clear.
Thereafter, Helvi and mom came with me to explore the island a bit.
Lunch was served at the cafeteria and was just burgers and such. We went and sat by the Estonian flag. It really was amazing to hear and see so many Estonians.
We also looked around the little ...
... before dinner, so we got up to get dressed. Boy was she surprised when their 15 minute show lasted maybe 3 minutes tops. My butt didn't get settled in the chair, and they were walking off saying "thank you very much for coming". What the @&$#! Ok, time for sunset. Well, since it was Sunday God took the night off from painting. He threw up gray clouds instead. Never mind time ...
... a cruise if you can’t spend all of the kid’s inheritance – and then off to the cabin where I tried to upload photos to the blog without success…they are just too big and my Microsoft Office has been updated to some new fangled rubbish that matches Windows 8 perfectly - all rubbish !!
Never mind, I will persevere to bring photos to you … hopefully none with people at Princess Cays who should have covered up but didn’t ...
... distance back across the bank to that location. There we could await the arrival of calmer seas and easterly winds due in several days to permit our intended visit to Harbour Island transiting the Devil's Backbone. More on that later...
We had visited the Glass Window with Bob and Wally soon after our arrival in the Bahamas last November and, rather than sitting out north winds near Spanish Wells without much to look at, the ...