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Bags packed and our Turtle Cove experience coming to an end at 10:00 check-out time, our taxi arrived promptly at 10:00 am to take us to the North Eleuthera International Airport. The cab driver made a brief stop along our driveway to gather some ripe mangos from our favorite tree. Life is very relaxed on Eleuthera. We arrived at the airport 20 minutes later, checked our bags and walked across the unbusy street to kill some time at the ...
We've spent the last several days just hanging out at Turtle Cove. Nothing new to report, our vacation in the Bahamas beginning to wind down. The weather has been very kind to us during our stay, but even a shower or thunderstorm doesn't take away from the beauty of this place. The only negative is ...
Today, on our return trip from the grocery store, we stopped at Preachers Cave, an important historical landmark for Eleuthera. The large unique cave is located about two miles east of Gene's Bay and about one mile west of Turtle Cove. The cave was discovered by William Sayle and, a group of Christians seeking religious freedom from Bermuda, now referred to as "The Eleutheran Adventures." They were shipwrecked off the Eleuthera coast on a reef called the Devil's Back Bone in 1648 and ...
Today Capt. Jim and First Mate Linda took our boat for an adventure to Harbor Island. We can barely see Harbor Island from Turtle Cove as it is about 3 miles by water (as a motivated fish in a hurry, swims). To put everything in the proper context, it has been over 20 years since the Captain has piloted a boat... and even then it was a familiar boat ... and this is the maiden voyage for the First Mate. As we crossed the bay we had only one event, and for the most part, that was ...
The last two days have been delightfully uneventful... our idea for a perfect vacation.... ... We wake up with the sun, lazily take another half-hour or so to actually get up. One of us will heat up some water on our gas stove. We'll sip coffee or tea while enjoying the view of the sea or reading. 30-60 minutes later, we'll prepare a simple breakfast, then return to reading or taking a walk out to the dock to watch fish and large sea turtles, etc. Oh, by ...
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