Ingraham's Beach Inn
Travel Blogs from Eleuthera
... the wind died and we motored the rest of the way to Egg Island. Egg Island had very clear, very pretty water. It was HOT with no wind. I dove on the anchor and then snorkeled around the boat for a bit to cool down. Finding a shady, yet breezy, spot on the boat can sometimes be a challenge...so I wedged myself in by the jerry cans. Not ideal...but it ...
Hatchett Bay calls itself the Bahamas' most protected harbour.... Well isn't that kind of ironic?!?Mother Nature took out her frustrations on the only other boat in the harbour. Protected from wind and waves...yes. From lightning? Nope.
Since the lighting strike, we've become "good neighbours" with Mike. He's been doing a ton of work to his boat to recover from the strike (and fire) and move on. ...
We landed at North Eleuthera International Airport on schedule at 2:00 pm. (not exactly Miami International) Our pilot did a wonderful job of weaving thru the thunderheads and totally avoiding most of the storms between Miami and our destination so we didn't have the bumpy ride after all. :)). Our driver was waiting for us when we cleared thru customs (which took about 30 seconds) and drove us to our home for the next two weeks. After a brief orientation tour by Brent, ...
... on board so it must be more to do with the length and
structure of the cruise. Most here have
been good as gold. It is just the odd
one which makes it to the blog!
Tomorrow is an
"at sea day" and then we have three stops on the trot. Looking forward to them all! The weather is gorgeous and is set to stay
nice for the rest of the week we hope.
Really hot and sunny. Hope
everyone is okay! Can't believe it is
getting close to ...
... enough to bring into the cockpit without a gaff so he quickly swung it into the fish bin and ran over to the opposite helm where the third hooked fish got lucky by a line break ahead of the swivel. Whew! By now we were past the ridge and back into deep water. Dave reset our course, unhooked the landed fish, put that bait back in the water, then set another rod with a new bait. Despite the losses, there were at least a few dinners staring back at ...