Baretta's Seashell Inn

Address: Nesbitt Street, Harbor Island, Out Islands, Bahamas | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Nesbitt Street, Harbor Island.
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      Travel Blogs from Harbor Island

      Devils Backbone to Harbour Island

      A travel blog entry by hemslie on Mar 08, 2015

      12 photos

      ... all the local wonders. Places to defiantly see next time are the Islander Museum, local arts and gift shop, beach, Budda's Snack Shack and liquor store and more :-) I've added some photo's of us leaving the harbor. Spanish Wells was named because Spanish galleons stopped there to take on fresh water it is know for the sea and is a real fishing town. The Islanders proudly produce close to 75% of the nation's annual ...

      Goodbye Abacos Hello Eleuthera

      A travel blog entry by delfino1 on Feb 14, 2015

      2 comments, 27 photos

      ... them on the beach for a while. They were heading to Spanish Wells, Eleuthera the following morning as well, so we decided to sail together early the next day. Nice to sail with another boat for a change.

      We had a great sail, we were up at 6:30 am and were at Spanish wells by 3 pm on the Saturday. We went ...

      Harbor Island

      A travel blog entry by jimandi on Jun 18, 2014

      9 photos

      ... revealing the slightest panic in her voice, inquired "what happened? Are we gonna be stranded out here? What are we gonna do?" The Captain reassured the crew that everything was under control, noticing now, that the water was not as shallow as thought and that the "reef" was merely some brown colored sand. The Captain, sweating profusely ( probably from the sun), attempted to restart the feared flooded engine once, twice, three times, paused, then on the fourth try, the ...

      Spanish Wells

      A travel blog entry by jimandi on Jun 14, 2014

      3 photos

      ... cool breeze, we took advantage of the wifi available. Our appetites generously sated, we hopped back on the golf cart and completed our circuit. The golf car rental was located in a nice little gift shop, so be bought souvenir hats and shirts (that we couldn't live without) :)) to commemorate our visit. After paying the rental fee, we left with our purchases, boarded the nearby ferry and returned to our car and Turtle Cove for the rest of the ...

      Afrikanese...

      A travel blog entry by martinedalziel on Jul 07, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... it was unbearable and the family wasn't making it much easier for me. On Sunday the 30th I skyped with Mom and Han and they supported my idea to leave, and encouraged me do it immediately. I went back to the boat and gave in my resignation. They weren't that shocked, obviously, and asked me to stay until they found someone new; which luckily happened quickly. I booked a flight back to Fort Lauderdale for Wednesday. The last few days were slightly awkward, but manageable.
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