Airport Hotel TCI
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We were hoping to make it from Georgetown Great Exuma to Turks and Caicos non-stop but we were beaten up by steep 5'-7' foot waves (with 9 footers thrown in for good measure), wind on our nose and the erratic rain. We learned that a thunderstorm was brewing so we decided to break for the night and head to Mayaguana. Mayaguana is an island on the southern tip located in the far Bahamas. It is one of the least visited islands. In 2007 ...
... us for dinner at Mr. Grouper's. The meal was great. The waitress was Haitian (there seems to be quite a few Haitians on the island) and Isabelle asked if the chef knew how to make a Haitian dish she really liked. The chef agreed and we will be going back on Sunday for a specially prepared Haitian dinner. Imagine that, two French Canadians, a Texan and a Japanese-Mexican-American (Texan?) eating a Haitian dinner in TCI. Can't get better than that!
... that we were looking for. Unfortunately, as we were enjoying our relaxing lunch a swarm of birds walked up to us and would not leave us alone! The wanted to try our delicious food but we were afraid of them attacking if we gave them a taste! After laying on the beach, going out in the ocean with a peddle boat, and swimming around in the pool with a cold drink, it was finally time for the fish fry! It was an interesting to say the least. First we had ...
... else available. I ask when the next group will be leaving that we can move to another room. A few minutes later they show me a room on the other side of the complex, 2nd floor. Much better spare bedroom.
The space is beautiful with tile floors and dark woods. A very good size for three adults. Can't wait to settle in and get to the beach.
... calmed down, when the woman did it again. Of course, the horses skittered again. Another guide started shouting at the boarders and shaking her whip at them, and we finally were able to move on.
The sun was starting to set, and by the time we got back to the stable, it was totally dark. We dismounted - I was extremely stiff from having kayaked the day before and then ridden for 90 minutes - and were then driven home after waiting for a taxi.