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... SWIMMING POOL!!!! Yes!! Major bonus!! Actually, many places in this part of the Abacos have swimming pools so we have been swimming several times a day for the past 10 days now. It's a refreshing change from all the salt water in our lives! We climbed to the top of the HT lighthouse. Gorgeous views!! I'll post though pictures when I ...
... War. They are very interesting. In the stair wells they have many reproductions of famous Dutch painters. It will take us two weeks just to photograph them all.
Dinner in the Pinnacle Grille was wonderful! We started with some lobster bisque, then I had the lamb chops and Guenther had the ravioli with wild mushrooms. We split a side of asparagus and mushrooms. For desert I had the bread pudding with whiskey sauce ...
... by reefs and sandbanks and was quite wild,
20/4 We set off at first light through the reef and had an exhilarating sail down the Exuma chain across the Banks to New Providence and Nassau, a 55 nm sail in about 9 hours, where we hope to meet up with the first of new crew, We moored in Nassau Yacht Haven Marina and checked out the facilities.
21/4 We checked emails and found the ATM’s and supermarket, and spent the day using the laundry and ...
Buster and Daisy stole the show as they did their tricks in the local park. . They finished off their routine running up the steps and down the sliding board. Their antics won them favor with a baby girl, whose Mom just happened to own the local coffee shop. Buster, Daisy and the baby, Emmee feasted on blueberry muffin crumbs from the last batch.
Daisy is getting the hang of jumping in and out ...
... Sabi (our Alajuela 38). She is a heavy cruising boat, and as you will see in the #2 video posted here (“Great Sale Cay to Green Turtle Cay”) she sails fabulously well in heavy winds. However, for a 27,000 lb; full-keel boat with 2 extra tonnes of cruising gear aboard to sail this well in light winds is simply amazing.
She is a wonderful boat. We love our Alajuela!
BTW: the next ...