Hut Pointe Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and included a catered four course meal! We had a great location and thoroughly enjoyed using it.
The weather could not be more perfect, nice breeze, sunny and about 75 degrees. Life is good! We were wondering what all the widget makers were doing while we were basking in the breezes. :))
As much as we hated to do it, we packed up and headed back to the ship. After a quick shower, we were ready for dinner and decided to ...
Hotel driver knocks on door at 6am even though not supposed to leave til 6:45. Knocks again 10 min later and another 10 min after that. So I end up ready to go at 6:30am. See some of the island on drive. Also see the jitneys out, though hotel told me they don't start til 7am. Arrive at ferry at 7am and it costs $45!!! wtf! Not using hotel taxi again. Get some bananas from nearby market and wait for ferry ...
... drugs. Half Moon Cay was hot, DAMN HOT! and Humid.... We had a brief look around... Just a few gift shops... Before walking a short way to mount bikes for our bike/hike tour. When I think back on it, there wasn't really much to see. This was an Island with beautiful white sand beaches, emerald green water and that's about it. The Bahamas sold it to Holland America Lines in 1992 for $6.5m (99 year lease). Holland is owned by Carnival. They have spent about $17.5m ...
... All we had room for was beverages. As for beverages, they had several bars there too, but we didn't take advantage of them.
I am only going to post 2 pictures here...though I had taken 20. They were taken on an observation tower that was one of the very few buildings on the shore...that I remember anyway. These were taken at the very same spot...12 years apart. ...
... direct us to our destination and they cheerfully not only described which side of the dock had gas and which side was for tie up... But more importantly, they pointed to each. We ambled ( that's a nautical term, I think) over to the gas pump and on our first try, pulled into perfect position for refueling. Our confidence diminished almost immediately, when the operator on the dock handed the gas pump nozzle to Captain Jim and after looking around our craft a couple times, ...