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Travel Blogs from Governor's Harbour
... back and forth to town for propane, and with our water and diesel jugs and we are now all topped up...as well as provisioned from the above mentioned HUGE grocery store!
It's nice to be able to sit back and relax now. This is the cruising life. Many chores are more difficult, or at least more time consuming, but once they are done, we get to relax and enjoy, in paradise! I'm still loving this lifestyle!!! :)
... As soon as passengers from Miami disembark, we'll board and hopefully be on our way. We boarded early at 1:55 and lifted off at 2:12, 3 minutes EARLY! It's a beautifully clear day and the views of the island as we ascended to our cruising altitude were breathtaking. We had smooth flight, arriving at our gate at Miami International at 2:58, 12 minutes early! The new American Airlines ( after the USAirways/ American merger) is impressive, so ...
... he happened to have a spare doodad to open the doohicky. The entire crew was pleasantly and gratefully surprised when the operator offered a spare tool. The triumphant Captain removed the cap, gas tank was topped off, cap replaced, tool returned and the pump nozzle given back to the operator along with $51 for 6 gallons. Our refueling task complete, the Captain restarted the engine as the First Mate untied the tie off rope and we proceeded around to the opposite side of the dock ...
... place to stay. Scattered thunderstorms dominated the morning weather, so we were glad we picked this day, saving sunnier days for beach time. We were impressed by Kokomo. It's very homelike inside with a nice kitchen, master bedroom and kitchen with extraordinary views of the beach. The outdoor areas are outstanding for sunning and beach time. We'll definitely put Kokomo on our list of future places to stay. On our return trip, we stopped at several grocery ...
A slow sail to start with so we decided we should motor as we had approx 30 miles to cover across the bank. Pam the new lure was launched and on her maiden swim she caught 2 barracuda, one very large and one about 2 foot long! Both had to be set loose as not safe to eat them when caught in shallow waters but maybe 3rd time lucky she will get a Tuna! Eric still has 10 fingers and thumbs but they put up a fight when trying to cut them free! Hatchet bay was lovely, a very narrow ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking