Junkanoo Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... t do a lot in the winter. It Just kinda slides shyly from one point to another on the horizon without rising very much into the sky. When you consider the weather in Edinburgh, you can forgive the sun's reluctance to venture up here.
But we are not here to talk about the below freezing in Edinburgh.
Let's talk about the sailing across the Bahama banks.
what sailing it was. First day out was ...
... of birthday cake flavoured M&Ms (only in America!).
We spent most of our time in Old Navy and GAP and enjoyed looking at all the other shops- it was huge! We probably only covered 1/3 of the mall in a day and ran out of time to see more Libby and Henry had their flight delayed so arrived that night. We were all very happy to see them and spend some time with them. Hard Rock it was again for dinner where Aunty Melinda and Nicaela held ...
... touristy - but very fun - Pirates of Nassau museum. Like the gallery, we had the whole place to ourselves. (I questioned how our entrance fee could possibly cover the electricity and other daily operational expenses?)
The museum tour also ended in a bar (seeing a theme yet? :), where we enjoyed more rum, watched some baseball and had an interesting conversation with another ...
... was at 7.30am. We found our gathering of more that 20 people. 1/2 were going to do kayaking (I was about to abandon and switch sides) and the other half paddle-boarding. It started to drizzle and my first thought, was "yes, they'll cancel it" but the marched us to this rickety old boat which looked like pirate boats. We were told to sit outside in the drizzle while the kayakers went inside. There were given sturdy life vests while ours were ...
... 9 months on and 3 months off.
It wasn't very easy to find a lounge chair today but who cares when you can watch a passing Iguana! If we would have kept walking further down the beach there were lots and it was quieter.
My mom, sister, niece, friends and I did a nature walk. It was about an hour long and we learned a lot about the native plants. They boil them and make a tea for ...