Seven Stars Resort
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This entry will include updates on our kiteboarding. Only of interest to those of you who kiteboard or are interested in kiteboarding, or have nothing better to read! ;-)
I can't imagine a more idyllic place to kiteboard anywhere than Long Bay Beach on the south side of TCI - Providenciales.
The only bad part is that other than a few picnic tables there is nothing else in terms of chairs, or food ...
... and moored alongside and we met later at the bar and all played a strange game of skittles on a 30m fine pebble pitch, a bit like bowls (a bit!) next morning they had hired a car and took me off to the chandlers for a chart and courtesy flag. and in the evening we had a few beers.
4/4 After watering and refueling we set off at midday back out to Sapodillo bay and anchored there overnight.
We set off early the following morning for the Bahamas
... at the counter after I double checked the payment had not gone thru. Phew. I had a 2 hour stopover in Miami and this is a mega airport with loads of shops/food and trains connecting u to gates within the same terminal. I hate that the US requires you to collect your bag and go thru all the check-in/security procedures even though I'm just connecting on the same airline. And get passport stamped when you’re not even staying in the USA. Irritating.
... trip up to Point Grace and then back.
Dinner was at the Sharkbite, which turned out to be much more exciting than anticipated because of the Belmont Stakes. Had the chips and salsa to start. They were surprisingly good. Alex's dinner came with an ice cream which was much better than Island Scoops, so he was happy. Brian was brave and got the conch sandwich, which we all tried. And we all agreed that it was mild and sort of like ...
... airport (located on the most 'developed' island of Providenciales), we were enchanted by layers and layers of colors - the sparkling deep blue of the ocean, the aqua waters covering the barrier reef, and, of course, the infamous white sands of Grace Bay. Pink, white and marine blue houses greeted us from the roadside, as we drove to our hotel in the rental car we had reserved for the week. And the rum punch - oh, the wonderful rum punch that was handed ...