Pigeon Cay Beach Club
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We sailed over to Little San Salvador, which is also known as Half Moon Cay. We were their mid afternoon and were able to dinghy to shore to check out the island. This island was bought by one of the cruise lines and is a daytime stop for the tourists with many activities including jet skiing, parasailing, paddle boats, horseback riding, restaurants ...
... deep sea trip in the future. Dinner was leisurely and we were lucky enough to have a FaceTime chat with Ross who had nothing but good news from home. While face timing, the resort cat April was on our laps purring… pretty sure it was because of Ross! Packing up for the morning, Grant was now powering through his book that he had borrowed from the library here (book widow yet again!) and falling asleep to the sound of the waves ended Day 5.
... no one seemed to be around. We found an elderly lady sitting on the porch of her home across the street and we asked if anyone was around. The bar appeared to be open but we didn’t see anyone. It turned out that this was our person. Etta, as we came to know her had us help ourselves to a drink and opened up the roof top seating just for us. We enjoyed our drink with a beautiful view and had the place to ourselves. Then Etta gave us ...
... the pilot boat is bouncing in the swells off the port side like they were in a Cat 5 hurricane is not going to matter to the beach bunnies onboard. The bridge didn't even have the courtesy to blow the horn as they pulled the anchor, and informed the hung over tourist we are headed to Port Everglades early. Before the breakfast dishes were even picked up we had left Eleuthera Island ...
... The farming they do here far surpasses any of the efforts made on the other islands of the Bahamas. By the end of the day we were stocked up with two types of mangoes, watermelon, little bananas, pineapples, and limes in abundance. We ate more fruit in one week than we've probably had in three months! All of it was tastier and juicier than any fruit I've ever tasted. One cannot starve on Cat Island! We were so impressed by their techniques (pot hole farming - they ...