Orange Creek Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... been removed. However, there was nothing to worry about. I loved the experience of feeling the rays swim against my legs. Some described it as slimy but I thought it felt smooth and to get to feed them was an experience we'll never forget. We returned to the boat around lunchtime after swimming and baking in the sun. Competed in some trivia contests but were outsmarted. Joel went into the kids club and we watched a fun 70s themed ...
... Lovely torch lights led us to the beach bonfire and to the bar where the appetizer hour allows guests to make a drink and mingle. We met a young couple from Florida and we had much to talk about as she was a kindergarten teacher who was married to man with his own construction business. We exchanged information and now have a source for referrals if we decide to renovate the condo as well as fishing contacts if we want to go on a ...
... a lovely stroll on the beautiful beach (sorry Sand Key but you just cannot compete with this!) before jumping back in the car to head back South and take in a few more stops before winding our way back to Fernandez Bay. Stopping in Arthur’s Bay we followed some advice and parked and walked behind the police station to find a recommended stop called Cocktails by the Sea. I was very glad we did. Right on the shore line was a little beach ...
So this morning we pull up to the Bahamas. Notice I didn't say pull in. No, we dropped anchor about a mile offshore to start dropping our tenders. We may have had one hit the water when we get our morning greeting from the bridge. Sorry, not stopping in the Bahamas go back to bed. The bridge gives some lame excuse about how bad the sea, and wind conditions are to launch the tenders. ...
... us was that the northern end of the island is way less inhabited than it once was. There are MANY old stone homes in ruins, abandoned houses, church ruins, schools that have been closed and docks that have been weathered to pilings only. One small town has been almost completely abandoned except for a couple of original families that have remained.
Christopher also drove us down back roads that tourists would not normally see. He brought us into the ...