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Travel Blogs from Eleuthera
A slow sail to start with so we decided we should motor as we had approx 30 miles to cover across the bank. Pam the new lure was launched and on her maiden swim she caught 2 barracuda, one very large and one about 2 foot long! Both had to be set loose as not safe to eat them when caught in shallow waters but maybe 3rd time lucky she will get a Tuna! Eric still has 10 fingers and thumbs but they put up a fight when trying to cut them free! Hatchet bay was lovely, a very narrow ...
... 30 miles of shallow water, 2-3 meters deep with lots of coral heads sticking up. So we lift anchor at high tide to ensure we don't get stuck Going back out. A great sail over and we arrived at the Davis channel in good time to see our way in for the last 10 miles but only problem was low tide again so a slow crawl in. The last 2 miles were a ...
... ever wear it on a ship. Me??? Well I have more decorum than that ... more is less ... ie, cover up and stay covered up but some clearly don't realise that a Boo-kini is not the way to go ! Puhlease ... I almost choked on my BBQ !!
It was after lunch when we wandered along the path where we saw the little bungalows – all painted different colours and all with different names. To be honest, I have to wonder why people would get off ...
were fish everywhere. Every direction I
looked in there was sea life of every colour and size imaginable. I had inadvertently stumbled upon a large
area of coral reef. The water was not
deep at all but the coral is delicate and the surrounding rocks….well,
rocky. I managed to float myself out on
my tummy and scan the coral as I went deeper.
I saw electric blue coloured fish, bright yellow fish, fish which looked
... The Island itself is only 110 miles long and TWO miles wide at its widest point. At its narrowest point, the island is just 30 feet wide. It was very hot today with a nice warm breeze making it just about bearable! We saw several villages and stopped to see the government building and some churches too. I was able to paddle in the sea as I looked for shells to bring home. The water was lovely…crystal clear and warm. ...