Grabbers Bed, Bar & Grill
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrabbers Bed, Bar & Grill Great Guana Cay
Very good food and fab location
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... the historic streets of New Plymouth. It was spectacular. The only comparison we can make is a lot like Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Pictures coming soon.
January 3, 2015 - We got some much appreciated help this morning from the skipper and his friend on the Valiant docked next to us. Denny's sciatica has been bothering him so Guy and Tom offered to help us put our headsail and main sails on. We couldn't have done it without you both. Thanks so much.
A short sail North west and we stopped in Powell Cay over night. A dinghy ride and walk along the beach before supper and a but of shark spotting put us off a sunset swim. The beach in the bay was stunning but a walk across the Island led to rubbish strewn beach on the Atlantic side - all sorts of rubbish washed ...
... a couple of gifts from the travel agency….one was for a dinner tonight in one of the specialty restaurants called the Pinnacle Grill, the other was a beverage card for each of us, entitling us to the equivalent to $410.00 each of alcohol or pop or specialty coffees. WOW!!! I must have done something good at some point in my life.
The room is typical cruise stateroom, except the balconies are deeper. The ...
... sculptor, who settled here over 50 years ago. The Johnston family built a Bronze Art Foundry to cast their renowned “lost wax” sculptures. Randolph’s son Peter Johnston continues creating artwork in bronze that depicts the marine wildlife in this area. See http://www.petespubandgallery.com. The harbor has about 20 moorings at $20 if staying overnight. You can moor at no expense if you are stopping for a daytime visit ...
... about 1am and then the marina was shut, so he had slept in an abandoned yacht outside. We went and checked out and at about 2pm headed off for Cat Island on an overnighter, having to use the engine for about 3 hours to ensure we got through the reef passage before dark
26/4 We anchored off the capital of Cat Island - Albert Town – (pop about 400) but couldn’t get ashore as all the jetties had been destroyed in last years hurricane and there was an inner reef ...