C Shells Guest Quarters

C Shells Drive, Long Island, Out Islands, DC 30736, Bahamas | Condo
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This condo, located on C Shells Drive, Long Island, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Long Island

    Crossing the Tropic of Cancer

    A travel blog entry by retiredgypsies on Mar 10, 2014

    6 photos

    ... in the Bahamas: Crossed the Tropic of Cancer several times. Snorkelled, snorkelled, and snorkelled some more. Got up close and personal with hundreds of tropical fish including a barracuda and a stingray. Swam in the Blue Hole, the deepest one in the world. Watched conch being pulled from the ocean and then watched our conch salad being prepared (it is amazing). Eaten lots of lobster, coconut, and papaya. Experienced a variety ...

    Cruising Long Island, Bahamas

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Dec 15, 2012

    33 photos

    ... crossed south of latitude N23*30', the Tropic of Cancer, officially entering the “tropics.”

    We arrived at Thompson Bay, which surrounds the settlement of Salt Pond, by mid morning on the 17th, after a short motor in light winds. There were only three other cruising boats present. Talking later to the amiable and helpful proprietors of Long Island Breeze establishment, Mike and Jackie, we learned ...

    A little slice of paradise!

    A travel blog entry by bonnie.len on Mar 11, 2012

    40 photos

    ... and ate conch salad and drank Kalik beer. Also fed goats and sheep (we didn't eat any) watched the judging of the young girls cooking skills, listened to a shell artist discuss his inspiration and grooved to D.J. Kermit D. Frog.
    The island is a magical place, quiet, laid back and friendly. Len's ready to sell the farm and build a place there. Don't think that will happen but we'll certainly return when we want to get away from it all again.


    Fresh Fish x 2

    A travel blog entry by hejira on Jan 08, 2011

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... delicious! And a good lesson in being friendly to strangers. :)

    Caleb and I loaded the dinghy and got everything stowed while Pete cooked up the wahoo, and with our bellies stuffed, we called it an early night so today we could be up with the sun. We had no trouble getting out of George Town, and it was a beautiful day. We had over 40 miles to go, rounding the northern end of Long Island before heading over to Rum Cay. We had the wind ...

    Our Journey Southward Continues

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Jan 10, 2010

    4 photos

    ... and repetitive Bahamian beat which you couldn't help tapping your toes to.

    We spent a quiet New Year’s Eve on the boat. We had been remaining in Georgetown longer than planned due to the illness of Dave’s dad’s wife Norma. On New Year’s Day Dave flew to be with his Dad and other family members in Florida. Sadly, we lost Norma on January 2. After spending a few more days with ...