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We headed to the Glass Window today, which is about 27 nm from Governor's Harbour. We had good winds on the beam at 10 to 15 knots. On our way we saw a few dolphins and a turtle. Also we encountered quite a few fishing nets sailing here as well as to Governor's Harbour. I never seen so many, we had to be careful to avoid them as we do not want them in our propellers.
Our plan is to stay at Glass Window for a day, then head over to Spanish ...
... religious freedom, warmer climates and to establish new lands. They were shipwrecked on the reefs at North Eleuthera but the survivors worked there way eventually to Cupid's Cay. The survivors named the island Eleuthera which is a variation of the greek word for freedom.
Governor's Harbour is the oldest settlement in the Bahamas with Victorian houses close to the harbour. These houses are on large lots with beautiful flowers ...
... salad or “whole fruit” too. Very nice and very different. The wait staff seemed to be enjoying the island atmosphere too.
I almost choked on my BBQ ...
I was doing my usual trick while sitting stuffing my face - people watching. It struck me that so many people must walk into a shop, pick what they think is their sized bikini or whatever, don't try it on and then take it home, throw it in amongst their holiday clothes ...
... and we had a little game of fish chase right there on the coral
reef. He could have swum off completely
but he didn’t….he stayed just outside of my touching range the whole time and
swam around and around the rock.
I could have stayed
swimming with the fish for hours and hours but I could feel my shoulders
burning from the sun. Dave was relaxing
on a sun lounger in the shade of a palm tree and so I dragged myself from ...
... when we arrived. So instead we paid for internet access at Dingle’s, which proved excruciatingly slow (many of the cruisers use that network) and it took Donna all morning just to search for her airline reservation to visit home in April. By mid-day, the restaurant was open and we walked down the road the short distance with the hope that the connection would be better. It was. Donna was able to complete her airline reservation there, ...