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Travel Blogs from Eleuthera
... he spent the day in his engine well, we had him over for a big spaghetti dinner. Today, Tony hoisted him up his mast so that he could check for any damage - which thankfully he thinks is very minimal. Since the strike took out his auto helm, he gave Tony all of his spare parts for it (since it's the same one we have).
We are now watching weather in hopes for a window to cross to the Abacos.
Governor's Harbour was the prettiest and most picturesque harbour we've been to thus far.
We also were very happy to find a sports bar with satellite TV so that we could watch the World Cup. Bahamian cable was blocking the games - making them pay-per-view only.
... gift shop in the area. Our flight doesn't board for another 3 hours. We made a few purchases, chatted with a couple of ladies from Colorado and had the lunch special of jerk pork, potato salad, fried plantains and lima beans and rice. Only an hour and a half until boarding. Ok. We just cleared thru security, a bit non-technical, but unintrusive and efficient. As we are waiting outdoors on the edge of the tarmac, our plane just landed at ...
... or sand flies, that make an appearance whenever it cools off or the wind dies down. But we've noticed for the last several days, even they have been less active when we are outside. Maybe after they get to know you, they leave you alone. Whatever the reason, it works for us. That's all for now from ...
... in Harbor Island. In contrast to Spanish Wells, nearly all houses, large and small, were in poor repair and the overall town (called Dunmore Town) appearance was rundown, disorganized and junky. This seemed to be consistent along the harbor side, the adjacent town and immediate environs. Along the beach side of the island, among the trees and flowering bushes were very upscale, gated, residences and hotel/resorts. Our choice for lunch was a restaurant called "Sip Sip", ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service