Hope Town Harbour Lodge
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Monday February 9th 2015
Our first full day in Hope Town started as a lazy day… snoozing, reading and a very slow start. We then walked to The Abacore Inn which we are told was about a 3.5 mile walk. Along the way we stopped in at The Firefly Inn to make our dinner reservations as we had heard that this was a lovely place …
... in hopes of finding another good snorkel or dive site. The boys took off in the dingy to look for coral and I made lunch, unfortunately there wasn't any really great spots so we pulled up anchor and started to explore. We ended up around the north side of Man O War Cay on the open ocean side, it was pretty rocky but the reef looked great so we dropped anchor. I stayed on board to keep an eye on things and make sure they made it back I was a bit nervous ...
... dingy to get to the settlement/village for eggs, bread, juices etc. One afternoon our outboard quit working and we got a tow from a local fishing boat. Lots of fun. We met the couple from Capricious, John & Kim, standing in line at the Lauderdale airport at the same time. They flew from Hamilton Ontario and plan to cruise the next several months too.
Christmas Day all boaters were invited to a Christmas pot luck at Brendal's Dive Shop ...
Treasure Cay was just as beautiful as we remember. It's where the clouds above the shoreline reflect the brilliant turquoise sea. We lounged on the beach almost every day. Even though we've been here 3 times now, it is still jaw dropping to see. We left on Friday, April 4 for Great Guana Cay, only 2 hours away. Below are some more pics of Treasure Cay and Guana.
... of Wilderness.
This week has felt quite long... I had one morning off where I went to explore the island, but it was a public holiday so not much was happening. I had breakfast at Capt N Jacks. Currently I am having a dinner at Harbour's Edge with lovely Argentinian wine, live music, great views (some lookers too) and a super vibe. If I can know for certain that I can look forward to something like this once ...