Rickmon Bonefish Lodge
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... in a protected bay of Highbourne Cay. There were 2 stunning beaches gorgeous white sand, it just never gets old looking at this crystal clear green / blue water and white sand beaches.
We went for a swim and snorkel saw a few things around some small choral heads.
Back to the boat for a clean water rinse off dried off and took the dingy into the marina. It is a small marina very protected ...
We've been stripping the old varnish, sanding and are all set to apply the new varnish. The weather this year is a lot like last year. One cold front after another. It's supposed to continue until mid-February. It's warm, in the 70's and lows in the 60's. We have plenty of activities to keep us busy. The restaurant "The Jib Room" sponsors rib night every Wednesday and steak night every Saturday night in addition to cruiser's meet and greet every Thursday ...
... Marina village when we got back window shopping then back to the boat to get ready for dinner. We ate in the resort at a very nice Bahamian steak house the food was very good and the wine was excellent. From there we hit the casino I was lucky for a while but in the end lost what I started with, had a really great time which is the important part.
We are excited for Craig and Marg to arrive tomorrow!
... and the casino is about 10 minutes away, I don't mind the walking and the rain has stopped yahoo. The resort is definitely a 5 start place, gorgeous interior very much like some of the Vegas hotels.
We wandered back to the marina village an outside area with nice shops and small restaurants, we decided to eat outside at a place with life jazz music food was nothing special but the music was amazing. It ...
Finally landed back into the warmth and tropical climate of the Bahamas in Nassau at around 2:30pm. Today is the last day of our incredible journey all around the world and it is very upsetting to have one more day to enjoy the experiences. Now we are going to check into the hotels and then head off take a climb on Queen’s staircase. The Queen’s staircase is an 102ft tall staircase with 65 steps that are very steep and covered with many plants. The steps were carved ...