Coral Harbour Beach House and Villas
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... condos the previous day. I had a nice time. The next morning I had breakfast with my dad and his new wife. It was nice because she told him that he is impatient and that she herself over analyzes things (all of which are true). I told my dad that I was pleased that he didn't snap at me throughout the whole entire trip. He asked if I was worried and about that and I said "Of course. I'm always worried about that. It's why I'm careful around you."
... water park. We only got to do one ride because the dolphin excursions took to long. Then we went back to my boat and we just did what we would do on a normal day at sea. Then we stayed on the boat until Wednesday. That is when we got to Grand ...
... to be found, perhaps next time.
A cloudy morning but always warm here we have about 60 miles to travel today so a long day, the weather is supposed to break later today but I’m happy as long as the seas are in our favour. We cut from the Exuma bank to the Exuma sound at Cave Cay a nice deep passage route. We should arrive in George Town around 3 or 4 depending on the seas. We arrived at George Town at 2 pm earlier ...
... crystal blue water. It was everything I imagined. White Sand, crystal blue water with people jet skiing parasailing and swimming on the reef off the shore. Just incredible. We have a full day at the beach tomorrow at great Stirrup Cay too. We then walked back and I filmed myself with the Go Pro going down the Mayan temple slide. I can't wait to watch that one. Will thought I should film my face as it would be pretty funny and then I could film him being spat out after me. It was a ...
... side, we got the fort almost to ourselves.
Next to Queen's Staircase there was a government furnished water spigot where people without clean running water could come to get some. T and D met a man named Wayne and his daughter Diana there filling up. D got to help.
We stopped at the cafe nearby to grab an order of conch fritters - yummmmm.
We drove by Fort Charlotte, the other ...