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... heading North just off shore of Long Island and it became very clear that the Atlantic Ocean had other plans for us today the winds were stronger than anticipated and so were the swells, so made us reconsider our plans to make it over to Conception Island. We would have made it over just fine but the trip the next day to Emerald Bay on the Great Exuma Island would be really rocky with swells double in size ...
... given more than one representative who speaks on the Islands behalf. There is only one tax here a 7.5% VAT which is new to them, no land taxes, no income taxes very different but with no tax means very little extras. They grow local fruits which they consume for themselves but nothing for sale, their main economic growth comes from fishing, tourism and foreign investors. The banks here are all Canadian on this Island we see RBC and The Scotia Bank There are approximately ...
... tomorrow night will be fresh fish...yummy! We met a local guide at the pub so next time we come back here we will plan to spend a day or 2 exploring the caves and blue holes.
We have tried several times to fish but no luck there must be some local knowledge we need to know to really make that work.
Early to bed as the skipper wants us off the dock super early it should be good weather.
... before rain came in and looking forward to exploring Long Island tomorrow and doing the domestics. 21/3/14 I think we are doomed with no sleep. A calm sleepy bay turned into a roller coaster again over night and we woke up rolling around in the swell! A after a trip to shire we decide to move Ellisa into the marina for a night to ensure some sleep - are we getting old or what?!? A lovely Island and Eric sees lots of "projects" he fancies doing up and quite fancies living on ...
... br> On the topic of the “unglamorous side of cruising”, while at Salt Pond the starboard side head became clogged. It could be pumped to the holding tank, but not overboard, meaning a clog was present in the overboard discharge hose downstream of the Y valve. Fixing this problem immediately became top priority and consumed several hours of our last full day here. Remember the broken engine throttle cable? Dave had ...