Travel Blogs from Peterborough
The weather here is getting better finally.
had some cottage friends here for the week end and we all went sailing on the Sea of Abaco and it was a Great Sail day.
I am spending the days walking around town, making new friends.
Hopetown is so quaint I feel very much at home and at peace here.
I plan to light the Lightouse one night this week as ...
... is only one flight into Marsh Harbour and it flys before we got to Nassau.
The next day went smoothly, we left on time to fly into Marsh Harbour. We hired a taxi to take us for provisions ( wine and food) and then boarded the ferry to Hopetown.
My friends John & Rosemary met us at the dock as did the caretaker for our house and off we went.
... Ethan says "I feel good to go to Thailand. I am looking forward to seeing the bats. I want to eat some fish." While his brother Aidan was a little more cautious in saying "I am kind of scared that there will be scorpions, monkeys, tarantulas, boa constrictors, tigers and maybe even mountain lions. But I am kind of excited that there are mountains." Leon and I have had a lot of details to take care of from visas ...
... a Diner for dinner where we were served with perky enthusiasm with our meals arriving no less than 5 minutes after we ordered. Quickly dispatched we moved to the dessert menu (no doubt because our stomaches hadn't registered the main meal arriving yet) demolishing a peanut chocolate fudge cake and lemon pudding tart in record time. 34 minutes after arriving we were walking out fed and looking to sleep pretty soonish.
... ticket was still in the coal car. Ron found an old Estwing hammer of Gord's that he was pretty sure was used by Gord to build a house the family had lived in when they were very young. We were back in Stouffville in time for a great salmon dinner, complete with leftover birthday ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking