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The day was very lazy I went for a few walks and read, played cards (Crib) with the boys I almost won each game within 1 or 2 pegs but lost them all, luck was not on my side or shall we say I'm a poor player at pegging points :-) The plan was to pick up the scuba tanks and leave but when Bryan went to collect the tanks the shop was closed they all went on a dive ...
... the historic streets of New Plymouth. It was spectacular. The only comparison we can make is a lot like Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Pictures coming soon.
January 3, 2015 - We got some much appreciated help this morning from the skipper and his friend on the Valiant docked next to us. Denny's sciatica has been bothering him so Guy and Tom offered to help us put our headsail and main sails on. We couldn't have done it without you both. Thanks so much.
... First stop: candy hut. Every kind of candy you could imagine was inside along with sodas, Gatorades, chips; there wasn't an area of the room that wasn't a drawer holding some form of treat. We then carried on to the tequila shack. There were two wooden baskets on either side, the left holding assorted beers on ice, the right a gold and silver tequila (and shot glasses). No one actually works at these stands; it's all just self serve. We started ...
... a conga line around the room with 5 staff members pouring shots into your mouth when you passed them - crazy!!! We explored more beaches and found some rock pools to play in fished heaps and been to many restaurants. I was even brave enough to try the Bahamas traditional food 'Conch' it's a crustacean eaten fresh with diced tomatoes and peppers. It was made fresh in front of us - pulled out of the shell, chopped and seasoned! It was nice however I couldn't bring myself to eat ...
... The Pub itself is a true beach bar with sand floor, picnic tables, and really good fish. The signature drink at the Pub is The Blaster – advertised as “Why walk when you can crawl….”
Out of the way anchorages in the Abacos abound, weather permitting. We moved around the Sea of Abaco quite a bit, depending on the forecast wind directions, to both charted and uncharted anchorages looking for good ...