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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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We have a very nice room but OMG--there is a strange noise that randomly occurs at various moments, which sounds like a champagne cork popping -- LOUD, happened all thru the night and woke us both up and then made it difficult to sleep. We think it has something to do with the construction of the ship, but who knows? You know it's bad when the waiter at breakfast commented on how tired I looked this morning! :))
We arrived at the ...
... was after this that we got the cruising bug.
We stopped here and wow has the area built up! Now, there are shops and shops and shops and so many "toy" rental places. The buffet from the ship moved onshore, but we had a rather late breakfast so we weren't hungry. They even had fruit bars. Wish we had waited...it smelled wonderful...bbq ribs & all the ...
... 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. ...
... Josh and I took several spins on the water slides and the morning was actually pretty nice (although overcast).
Around noon the skies behind the ship became pitch black and I knew we were in for a storm so we packed up our belongings and went over to grab lunch at Cookies, Too (where our dining room team was working). I’m so glad we did this as we beat the lunch rush and the rush to take shelter when ...
... on the short distance to the vicinity of Spanish Wells, anchoring in a cove on the east side of the small island of Meeks Patch at 1545.
We spent five nights anchored near Spanish Wells (still waiting for strong weather to depart the area), moving between Meeks Patch and the south side of Russell Island as wind directions changed. Favorable weather was due soon to allow a transit to Harbour Island via Devil's Backbone – ...