Hope Town Harbour Lodge
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 …
... the next day.
Wednesday, Dec. 17 Up early and took the shuttle van to the airport for our 11:45 a.m. flight to Treasure Cay and then a 20 minute ferry ride to Green Turtle Cay and Abaco Yacht Services boat yard. The plane was totally booked with 33 passengers and tons of luggage. A lot of people who either own cottages or are renting them for the holidays are among the passengers as well as sailors. We boarded the plane and proceeded to ...
... so strenuous. The shack, again fully self serve, had more of the tequila, grapefruit vodka, so many snacks, mixers, literally anything you could want. Time Check: 11:30am. We finally ended up at the bar on the dock where a couple of the girls and myself went to the nearby pool. Lounging in the hot sun in the middle of the day with a drink in hand, truly experiencing a day in the life of the rich and famous. And then 2:30 came, and we all headed back to ...
... much better after breakfast. It was a 7 hour trip so we didn't do much. Before our last stretch into the Hope Town harbour, we threw out anchor in the middle of the most beautiful islands. I definitely took advantage and took an awesome swim in the clear water. I only took photographs with my Canon so the uploads will come shortly. We arrived in Hope Town Marina, what a quaint, beautiful little village; reminds me ...
... The Pub itself is a true beach bar with sand floor, picnic tables, and really good fish. The signature drink at the Pub is The Blaster – advertised as “Why walk when you can crawl….”
Out of the way anchorages in the Abacos abound, weather permitting. We moved around the Sea of Abaco quite a bit, depending on the forecast wind directions, to both charted and uncharted anchorages looking for good ...