Runaway Hill Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Good morning I actually slept until 7:30 wow that hasn't happened often on this trip. Enjoying a lazy morning of blogging and breakfast and now it is time for my walk, followed by a bit of workout on El Nido.
John arrives later this afternoon and Martin leaves in the morning. We will have to try and find a good spot for ...
... of very rich teens around it's pretty funny people watching these people live a very different life. Harbour Island is a roughly 3 1/2 miles long and 1/2 mile wide so a golf cart is the main form of transportation. Once the capital of the Bahamas the current population is close to 2,000. Harbour Island's tiny gem is Dunmore Town (where we are), a Victorian-style village of narrow streets, pastel painted cottages with ...
Because we tend to have very weak wireless connections here in the Bahamas - it takes a very long time (typically with multiple failed attempts) to upload videos. So, going forward we are going to post the videos only on youtube. Here is a link to the latest one:
... off and begin exploring Harbor Island by golf cart. When we got to the opposite side of the dock, all the tie offs were taken and as we reluctantly sighted an empty spot in very shallow water, another helpful operator on the dock motioned for us to return quickly to the opposite side to tie off. We turned the boat around and were horrified by the sight of a huge... I really mean HUGE! ferry boat that transports folks from Nassau to Harbor Island twice a day. Needless to ...
Leaving Royal Island as the tide was rising we headed into the harbour at Spanish Wells. As we entered the channel we ground to a stop having already navigated 2 miles with 0m under the keel and we were now supposed to be in deep water! All the old Solent sailing tricks came out as we tried to get Ellisa a float. Sails out on one side, boom out on same side and eventually we hung water containers off the end of the boom ...