Grabbers Bed, Bar & Grill
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Very good food and fab location
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Travel Blogs from Great Guana Cay
Cath and Sal up early for swim in the Atlantic at 7.30am before we head out on high tide at 10am. Swim was great after Sal got over the shock off seeing big sharks in the surf and then realised they were dark seaweed! Great Guana cay very beautiful with lots of properties to die for! Taking a bouy on arrival we head off to discover the famous …
... so we went back 2 miles to Staniel Cay and moored up in the Marina (only $2 a ft) with a great bar and a lively little island, the marina is full of sharks and rays and both phil and I went snorkeling with them (photos attached) – No problem the sharks apparently haven’t eaten anyone in years –
Staniel Cay has a population of 89 registered voters but at this time of year with all the holiday homes its about 600 – mainly Americans but a few ...
Hopetown is a quaint, laid back town. Roads are only wide enough for golf carts, and an occasional small work truck.
People are very friendly and considerate. If you are out for a walk, you will be asked
if you need a golf cart ride into town by a passing neighbor. Maybe it is from living a life where the
fastest vehicle is going 10 mph. Slow pace, beautiful scenery, simple life.
Here is another video - this one follows us from Powell Cay to Manjack Cay and includes a little snorkling trip. We end the video by returning to Green Turtle Cay in time for Sunday Services with our Bahamian friends.
We are starting to wind down a little bit here as we begin to prep for the return trip. I have managed to put off looking at the charts all week, but I can't put it off any longer. Our return trip will take about 22 hours of travel time, 160 nautical miles (184 statute miles). We are planning at least one stop for some sleep. For the entire return passage we will be out of reach of any communication, just as before. About half the boats in the marina and many anchored outside ...