Runaway Hill Club
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Hello everyone, Posting another video with a bit more of Spanish Wells and our move from Spanish Wells to Harbour Island via the Devil's Backbone (Ahrrrrrg!).
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Hotel driver knocks on door at 6am even though not supposed to leave til 6:45. Knocks again 10 min later and another 10 min after that. So I end up ready to go at 6:30am. See some of the island on drive. Also see the jitneys out, though hotel told me they don't start til 7am. Arrive at ferry at 7am and it costs $45!!! wtf! Not using hotel taxi again. Get some bananas from nearby market and wait for ferry ...
Bags packed and our Turtle Cove experience coming to an end at 10:00 check-out time, our taxi arrived promptly at 10:00 am to take us to the North Eleuthera International Airport. The cab driver made a brief stop along our driveway to gather some ripe mangos from our favorite tree. Life is very relaxed on Eleuthera. We arrived at the airport 20 minutes later, checked our bags and walked across the unbusy street to kill some time at the ...
... tooo "busy" with our other activities. :)) When the spirit moves us ( remember, no clocks) we typically prepare a nice salad for lunch. Sometime after lunch, we'll walk to our beach and walk, snorkel, explore or just soak in the perfect water. When we've had enough sun (not beach) we walk back to our house, shower off the sand and salt, then, relax with an afternoon beverage. After Jim's initial few fishing trips (out to the end of the dock and back) ...
... checked the weather over night we decide to stay out for another day as winds still to strong to head North to Abacos.. 3rd night we decide to do an anchor watch so all take shifts - needless to say , we did not move at all and managed to stay put next to our trusty landmark The Buoy all night long! At 6.30 Sal prepares the boat to leave, rallies the skip from his slumber and we picked up anchor and headed off for the ...