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We are still in Green Turtle Cay. Nasty cold front arriving today. All anchorages and marinas in the Bahamas are packed with boats seeking shelter, so we decided to stay where we are until conditions improve. We are doing something different this year. We are having Savage hauled out of the water on May 5 to Abaco Yacht Services in Green Turtle Cay. Our ...
... Great Sale Cay (10 hours) and anchored for the night. Sunday, left at 7 a.m.for Green Turtle Cay (11 hour motor into the wind with 5' waves breaking over the bow). We were very glad to get there. We will have pictures and further updates later this week. We will stay put til next week sometime. All our best. Pictures are below.
... rum & coke and Roger enjoyed one of those gooood Cohibas. Well, and this is how especially Roger spent one of his best days - ever ;-)))!
After a quiet day of exploring the island and it's peaceful settlement of New Plymouth we treated ourselves to another fishing trip with Lincoln. Once again he found a good fishing spot for us and after a bit of a slow start we were pulling out one fish after the other. It was absolutely fantastic! Within ...
... rides to Elbow Cay and Great Guana Cay.
Elbow Cay is picture- postcard quaint and we spent a great day there with the Greens exploring Harbor Town, and renting a golf cart (a typical way to get around) to drive to some out-of-the-way, private cottages on the south end of the island. We found some lovely resort areas on Elbow Cay where one could certainly enjoy an island getaway. The next day we went to Great Guana Cay, home ...
... is a particularly Bahamian event. Here is what Wikipedia says about it:
The origin of the word "junkanoo" is rather obscure. Some people believe it comes from the French "L'inconnu" which means "the unknown," in reference to the masks worn by the paraders.
Junkanoo may have West African origins, as the costumes and conduct of ...