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... set up under a large tent, and food vendors selliing the traditional Bahamian food, plus many beer stands.
There was a straw market which was a big area where merchants so their souvenirs and hand made baskets, but that burned down the week before the regatta. It was sad to see, but Sandals down the road donated a large tent for the ladies to set up and sell what they had left.
April 15 we went to Lee Stocking Island. This was about a 28 nm sail and we ended up motor sailing part way and sailing the other half there. We anchored in a bay just out from what was once the Perry Institute for Marine Science. This was closed down in 2011 as there was not enough funding, but all the buildings, much of the equipment and whats left of an airport runway are still there. There were at least a dozen buildings and houses, and ...
... the Thunderball Grotto! The Snorkel was incredible, when we were here with Craig and Majorie we weren't able to snorkel because the tides were wrong it is a must do for next year. It's hard to explain the beauty that we saw but I will try, there are caves running under the big rock and at low tide you can swim right inside we were not at a real low tide so could only go in a bit...I slowly cautiously followed Bryan in and I'm so glad I did ...
... to play. Made my way to their club house to enquire about prices and basically snoop about it was very nice, $85 for the round for marina guests if you were staying at the Sandals resort right beside the course the golf is included in your all inclusive now that's a super deal. From there I walked around Sandals resort they didn't even care I was there I just made like I was staying there walked around their pool deck, used their ...
... stop. The islands left are pretty remote, with tons of beauty and little civilization. We would love to take our time, but we got a late start to this trip and we need to keep moving. We had some spectacular natural experiences, but the big detractor that keeps arising is every town we’ve been to feels run down. It's really a lack of resources and the ramifications of a ...