Coral Harbour Beach House and Villas
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Since today is a Sea Day (meaning we do not drop anchor), I thought I'd describe our ship a little more. The Regal Princess debuted last year, which means that this is her maiden season. You can really tell the ship is brand-new and the crew is very proud of her.
Our room this time was a mini-suite, which means that in addition to a balcony we also had a separate sitting room. They saved a ton of space on this ...
... anchor dragging in high winds, food is a lot less expensive here than all the other islands with 2 large grocery stores. Marsh Harbor is the 3rd largest town in the Abacos with 7,000 residents. We either call a taxi to pick us up to shop or we take the dinghy to the dinghy dock and walk the 1/2 mile to Maxwells to shop. The exercise is doing Denny's sciatica good.
Friday, Jan. 30 - Today we rented a 6 person van and left with Kris & Mike and Gary ...
... back and forwards so you are being thrown and twisted around in the tube with no idea of where you will turn next, you then slide out the end and lazily go through the aquarium we did that one a few times we really liked it... After the first go you learnt to stop guessing where you were going and just go with it. We then went over to the other water slides in another temple. There are 3 different slides, one really tall, a medium and a fairly low one, however all have a decent drop ...
... The Villages. The game show was hilarious and that was a great ending to our day.
Time for bed, as tomorrow we will be going to Coco Cay for a day of sun and fun. When we got back to our cabin we had a "Towel Heart" on our bed. Each day your Stateroom attendant is supposed to leave a towel animal, however this is our first. Our attendant was Anecito Sanchez and apparently he forgot he was supposed to make one each day.
... on the island, but not only were the shops locked up, but the fort as well. We continued on, aiming for the famed Cable Beach for our picnic lunch and swimming outing, but it was under a stormcloud when we got there. We had passed a small beach with a playground a couple miles east, and it hadn't been raining there, so we headed back that way.
It was Saunders Beach, and it turned out to be a wonderful ...