Flamingo Bay Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of it was so neat, a turquoise blue. Went swimming right off the bat, the water was quite warm and clear.
Thereafter, Helvi and mom came with me to explore the island a bit.
Lunch was served at the cafeteria and was just burgers and such. We went and sat by the Estonian flag. It really was amazing to hear and see so many Estonians.
We also looked around the little ...
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!
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... June 8th, and then to Long Is. for a week, and then to Cat for a week - parting ways on July 2)
Tony and I then did a 12 hour passage (mostly sailing, but some motoring once we were approaching East End Point - the southern tip) of Eleuthera. Long, but great day on the water! The best part is...Rock Sound, Eleuthera is a very sheltered harbour and the boat is as still as though we are on jack stands on the hard. Just like 'Terra Firma' people!!! Absolute SILENCE!!! ...
... went along to be entertained. As it turned out, there were many of us poor slobs that accompanied their wives for great fun on the Art of Port Shopping, so I felt a lot better. I got so tired of hearing the word “diamonds.” We learned about tanzanite, chocolate, black and white diamonds, pearls, watches, sheets and you name it. There were however, two important highlights of this experience, 1) door prizes; 2) we won two of them. The first prize was ...
... as a hermit on Cat Island.
Arriving at Old Bight we anchored in our guide's recommended spot – just off the beach at the Landing – and knew we had about a mile walk to “town.” What our guide didn't mention was that most of this walk was along a causeway that carried the road from town to the beach over a tidal mangrove swamp. Can you say “no-see-ums”?
We found both churches ...