Club Peace & Plenty Exuma Island
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... sloops racing and the top racers from each class won 10 cases of beer and a trophy. Second and third prices won trophies plus 6 and 4 cases. No wonder they took these races so serious. There were boats coming in by barge from the surrounding islands for a couple days before the races. The events were also on land as well which included live bands, there first Junkaroo (we didn't go to ...
... where they kept sea life. I went snorkelling one day in the bay, but all I saw was sea grass and sand. I did manage to have a stingray visit me in the afternoon while I was in the water cleaning off the bottom of the boat, and on the morning that we headed out I saw a spotted eagle ray, but did not have my camera handy. The spotted eagle rays are so rare to see, it was neat to see one.
Our second day we walked up to Perry's Peak, which ...
... a boaters appy night (I like to call these corn buffets :-)) in the captains club house so we will likely go to that and I'll cook something here on the boat the supplies are getting low but I'm sure I can think of something.
We were off the dock by 9:30 the skipper said we should be with the winds mostly at our back, making our way to Staniel Cay. I have to say the Exuma Sound was not really thrilled to see us it was choppy getting ...
The winds are blowing really hard today the palm trees are whipping pretty good out there. So what to do today, I'm thinking I'll start the day with a nice long walk around the golf course and perhaps I'll try and get a spot at the pool at our neighbouring resort it is really too windy for the beach. My walk was wonderful what a lovely golf course beautiful views of the ocean, palm trees lots of sand traps it would be a difficult one ...
... have fishing line handy to use to clean all the tiny little holes in the jets. That would sure beat getting the carb cleaner into our mouths when blowing the jets to try to get every last little bit of dirt out. While putting it all back together, Tony dropped the pin for the float in the sand. It took five of us about 15 minutes to find it. We weren't getting up from hands and knees in the sand until we did!!! Another lesson learned. Next time we'll lay out a towel under ...