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Travel Blogs from Great Abaco Island
... the three of us (OK, mainly the guys ;-)) had caught 55 fishes - wow! Back on the beach we enjoyed another good lunch and playing with the rays and sharks in the bay.
Just being out on the boat, gliding over this amazingly blue water and feeling free and alive we once again realized how lucky we are. Truly, the final days of our great adventure could not be better! But we are also (painfully) aware that the end is coming closer and closer….
... watch the golf and have a meal
14/4 We had a real chillout day and did absolutely nothing, I read another book and so did Phil. I have been using Tom’s Kindle lent to him by Claire & Jez and having read nearly all of my favourites (well over 100 on the kindle) I decided to read some of Jez’s selection and read all the Stephen Moore (13)(someone who appears to be a complete stoned loonbag, but very entertaining books, I have now finished the first of ...
... s Healthcare System; which I have been researching a bit, prompted by Kijohnna's need.
Kijohnna has an eye condition that, were she part of an American middle-class family, would have been taken care of at a much younger age with a simple surgery. Kijohnna is 7 years old.
Harbour Island is not a poor place, but wages for the locals here is about a third of what they are in the U.S. Given the high cost of living, the only ...
Here to our great satisfaction, we are no longer defined by our jobs. In our former life, we would meet people and one of the first questions would be: “What do you do?”. To people in our new world, we have no last names and no professions. We are merely “Ann and Steve on Receta” - and that says it all. “
Pierce and Ruth on Wabi Sabi
We are starting to wind down a little bit here as we begin to prep for the return trip. I have managed to put off looking at the charts all week, but I can't put it off any longer. Our return trip will take about 22 hours of travel time, 160 nautical miles (184 statute miles). We are planning at least one stop for some sleep. For the entire return passage we will be out of reach of any communication, just as before. About half the boats in the marina and many anchored outside ...