Runaway Hill Club
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... on something, possibly a large rock. After trying from different angles to loosen the anchor we eventually got the anchor up and decided to anchor outside away from this area. We anchored outside the channel for one night and the following night we took a mooring ball inside close to town. The next day we rented a golf cart and toured around the island. We met a Swiss couple in Georgetown and they happened to be in Spanish Wells moored next to us so ...
... update: We left the house close to noon after showering for the first time since we arrived. (Really??). We headed to Daddy Joe's restaurant north of Gregory Town and grabbed some to-go lunch. Veggie wrap for Stacy and a Fish Burger for me. Grilled of course. We wandered down a beach access road to Goulding Cay, a quiet little crescent shaped cove with pristine clear blue water. Like a post card. We sat and ...
... tackled this earlier in the day while the tide was high, but we don't have a tide schedule so we caught it going out. This made it a little challenging as the entrance to the water is via a ladder, and it's about 5-6 feet to the water. It seems like more on the way out. Nevertheless, we were determined. Stacy hopped down into the water first and tread water as I descended the ladder with the rail in one hand and Ichabod in his life vest in the other. His ...
... all the local wonders. Places to defiantly see next time are the Islander Museum, local arts and gift shop, beach, Budda's Snack Shack and liquor store and more :-) I've added some photo's of us leaving the harbor. Spanish Wells was named because Spanish galleons stopped there to take on fresh water it is know for the sea and is a real fishing town. The Islanders proudly produce close to 75% of the nation's annual ...
... for a walk on Sunday and then met Cindy and Barry for lunch at the Shipyard and ended up staying there all afternoon as we all brought our computers and got caught up on our email. Spanish Wells is a small town with all the amenities but we decided that Monday morning we would sail over to the Exumas and stay at Allan ...