C Shells Guest Quarters
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- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... dinner at 7 tonight we don't have a lot on board and there are no provisioning stores with in 10 miles from here. Hoping it is good the menu looked good, we are for at least 2 nights hoping to leaving on Monday. If we rent a car it's $80 and to cab to a store $100 so we will make due. We walked to the liqueur store yes it was open and sold water so that's awesome. Looks like there used to be a super market there and bank but it was ...
... there are parts that are starting to pick up now. Locals either decide to leave for further education to Nassau or they decide to stay and live here in a very simple lifestyle. Our guide arrived promptly at 10 AM and we started our journey, 1st stop was the end of the Island approximately 80 miles away, no street lights, no street lines, no real rules at all, it was the strangest thing the road just ended and there was a beautiful beach with several big pine type trees ...
... 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.
... A quick wander past the future cruise desk saw us pick up some brochures for West Coast Departures, possibly Vancouver to San Fransisco via Los Angeles next, one that does appeal. Today we docked at Princess Cays, not really a favourite Island of ours as its just a beach which is privately owned by the cruise line. However, we did get off and have a wander round and a beer ashore. we didn't ...
... 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 ...