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TravelPod Member ReviewsSurfers Manor Eleuthera
We loved this place!!
Clean, great food, fun owner, and generally great vibe.
Has local food and a bar, owners like to play cards, and within walking distance to Surfer's Beach. We had an awesome time!
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... to anchor in calm waters with beautiful scenery in front of us. We had a nice sandy beach in front, and only one other boat anchored in the bay. We had met some people from Italy back in Governor's Harbour, and we caught up with them at Glass Window.
Turns out there hometown may not be far from Fabio's hometown in Italy and both their fathers may have been friends, go figure.
The next day we headed through the Current Cut ...
Hatchett Bay calls itself the Bahamas' most protected harbour.... Well isn't that kind of ironic?!?Mother Nature took out her frustrations on the only other boat in the harbour. Protected from wind and waves...yes. From lightning? Nope.
Since the lighting strike, we've become "good neighbours" with Mike. He's been doing a ton of work to his boat to recover from the strike (and fire) and move on. ...
... affairs so we joined them anyway. We came equal second and won dinner in the Horizon Court on the host … great …. Just what we always wanted !! I might have preferred 3rd prize actually as the third prize winner could keep the pencils. First prize got towels apparently.
Dinner with Thurston Howell, Luvvie and others
After that, we headed off to dinner in the anytime dining room and shared a table with two ...
... and really enjoyed being a Bahama bear. It is quite surreal seeing all the Christmas decorations up on a Caribbean Island with the sun blazing down…Church is a big deal on the Island and on a Sunday all the children have to attend three times a day….including Sunday school. We learned some interesting phrases….although they speak mostly English on the Island, they do have their own dialect too. ...
... skies did finally open up (we were nearly done eating lunch when the storm hit). It rained for about an hour so we naturally filled the time with return visits to the buffet. Once the storm passed we watched the crab races and then decided to head over to the family beach to stake out spots but no sooner did we get over there than another wave of storms rolled through. This time we occupied our time by doing ...