Flamingo Bay Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Flamingo Bay Club Cat Island
Travel Blogs from Cat Island
... has a dwindling population but has many ruins from a time when slaves were used in the plantations.
We walked to a couple old churches and stopped at a place called Missy's for a break and to grab something to eat on the way back. We headed back to the boat as it gets very hot in the afternoon and we seen most of the town and needed to get ready for our sail over to Little San Salvador the following day.
... sure how I could when I was bouncing up and down with the bow of our little boat going under water with each bounce. Still, I realized that if I did not help (did I mention Grant has torn his rotator cup in his shoulder?) that my situation was only going to get worse. So, for those who have been in a canoe with me (it’s memorable) will know that my brain does not like anything that is crossover or reverse so I had Grant shouting ...
... a zen state if I had seen that, we so observed from a distance. Although doubting we would ever arrive to our destination, we finally did. We reached the ocean and the beach we discovered was deserted. It is famous for being pink (due a single cell creature called Foraminifera that resemble tiny strawberries washing up on shore and mix in the white sand) as well as for a perfect spot to collect sea glass. Sea Glass is basically a reverse ...
... author and an advocate for children with disabilities and the dinner conversation was somewhat surreal. Where else would we be at a table for four having this conversation? I love my life!
Tomorrow we hope that the weather will allow us to explore the island as there are plantations, hermitages and Native settlements … Oh My! Oh and BTW…there was cake!
(The sand flies had begun their attack but we were blissfully unaware ... BSF era!)
New video: A Quick stop at Little San Salvador, Sailing through a weather front, Junior Junkanoo on Cat island, A Waterspout, The Hermitage and sunsets. If you are not a sailor, keep watching to get pass the sailing details to the Island stuff!
Youtube link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9W ...