Treasure at Treasure Cay
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... last day we had to check out early so we hired another car and drove up North to treasure cay - a town off the main island. It was really beautiful here with much bigger homes right by the water and a huge clear beach with cool fish along the shore. We had lunch in a funky pub type venue which was really busy with fourth of July festivities going on. On the drive back from treasure cay we turned up a random road to find a place to fish. We found this great spot swap on one side and ...
... we anchored off the town with another 20 yachts around, we went ashore for a walk and there were banks, shops, bars, and yes people – wow civilization, we even found a bar with the “Masters” on and good Wifi and adopted it as our own and then went to a proper supermarket and reprovisioned.
13/4 We got up late and spent an hour each scrubbing SB’s hulls, in the beautiful clear water, there didn’t appear to be so much fouling and then went ...
... our transit from Green Turtle Cay (where we last left you) to Great Guana Cay. Great Guana was delightful.
The Second Video documents our time in Marsh Harbour.
The Third Video was taken mostly underwater, and thankfully our (waterproof) video-camera survived!
The last video is very short... you meet Kijohnna. Kijohnna is a member of a family who have become our friends here on Harbour Island. You learn a little about ...
... more fluid, less rigid. Our days unfold, they don't just bing-bang, do-this, do-that happen. I'm content to do nothing for stretches. I can just lay on the settee with my legs stretched out in front of me, watching the sky through the hatch. I can stare at the water for hours, utterly content. Me. Unbelievable. How will I cope in the real world? To which Steve responds, “This is the real ...
... where the wreckers brought their goods to sell. Wreckers made their living taking goods from ships that were wrecked on the reefs until the mid 1800's. We’re excited to get back to the boat and move it so we can plug in the coffee pot and turn on the lights. Yeah. We are watching a movie tonight! Tomorrow's
plan is to go to church in the morning and try to do absolutely nothing the rest of the day. That's not as easy as it ...