Flamingo Bay Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Thursday February 12th
A lovely and slow day today. We stayed at Fernandez Bay. One of the highlights of this resort is that you are joined by the resort dogs and a cat when you are up at the Club House and if when you walk on the beach there are several more dogs who you might encounter. For us, it was the pet therapy that we are missing from home and were glad for the visits from these new friends. Breakfast on the ...
... the “feel” that this island hideaway invokes.
We hitched a ride with the Fernandez Bay van and luckily for us our dinner companions joined us again for a short time while they picked up their rental car as well. We signed a form that said that we would be responsible for any damage we did to the car. My appraiser husband just loved that! We went to our Honda CRV (imported from Japan to avoid the US duty charges) and ...
... you about our next hotel in a minute). We checked out of our room, said our goodbyes (everyone is so friendly) and headed to the ferry dock to catch the 9:30 ferry back to Marsh Harbour to get ready for our next flight. We found CFUTR ready and waiting for us and after some paperwork with the airport and customs office we were off to Cat Island which is approximately an hours flight and about 130 miles South East of Nassau. The weather was holding but ...
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 ...
... 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!!! ...