Travel Blogs from Eleuthera
... back and forth to town for propane, and with our water and diesel jugs and we are now all topped up...as well as provisioned from the above mentioned HUGE grocery store!
It's nice to be able to sit back and relax now. This is the cruising life. Many chores are more difficult, or at least more time consuming, but once they are done, we get to relax and enjoy, in paradise! I'm still loving this lifestyle!!! :)
... the way to fill our fridge and pantry. This will allow us to cook and eat in which is our preferred mode of vacationing. While driving along the Queen's highway, which runs the length of Eleuthera from North to South, we were treated to alternating views of the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea This afternoon Jim caught several medium size snappers from our dock. He cleaned and dressed them and we sauteed them in oilve oil and lemon pepper for a late- afternoon ...
... the rock face to a natural harbour behind with mooring bouys. Just settling in with our first sun downer and Linda and Mark arrive back from a tour and hop on board for a cheeky drink too . A friendly couple of Canadians moored behind us, who tell us all their snorkelling stories, swimming with dead fish and meeting sharks! I renamed him Crocodile Dundee and mental note to self not to swim when we see their boat around us next time! Must be good in here as even spotted ...
Having assessed time, weather, tides and cuts we decide to leave the Exhumas and head over to Eluthera as Cath arriving Sunday and still a fair way to go. Weather looked good and leaving via the cut by Warderick Cay looked wide and very appealing to Eric. Sailing via Eluthera meant we could see the Island before heading to the Abacos but also ...
... more shops, another bar set up, another barbeque and another beach volley court too. It was a shame that we had limited time there – 9am – 3.30pm because it really was a pretty spot.
One other thing we did was to go the local Craft Market which was tucked away behind the Princess shops. Unfortunately “admittance” to this fenced off area was restricted by a security guard pointing to a sign that a cruise card and ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed