Travel Blogs from Eleuthera
... soccer with them and found it hard to believe that Donna was not using Facebook on the computer…these were small grade-school aged children!
We still had to stop at the grocery and liquor store, so after loading our blog entries for our November 2012 visit to Eleuthera and Little San Salvador we packed up and walked the short distance to those shops. Then it was time to head back to the boat. Fortunately, the brisk ...
Last stop for a number of people today, many disembark tomorrow but luckily not us. We have to endure this for another week. Again another very warm day at Princess Cays. This island has a grand population of 2 when there are no ships docked, has 340 days of sunshine per year and sees little rain. The island is owned by Princess Cruises and is such nothing other than a private beach with beach barbecue and loads of water sport activities and snorkelling. As I hate ...
... Already in the anchorage was a charter mega motor yacht, anchored far enough away and behind us to not be obnoxious. The weather and calm conditions were perfect for those aboard who could take advantage of a curved water slide from the side deck of the vessel into the water, as well as jet skis and other small water craft. Also at anchor closer to us was one of the cruising boats we had seen in Governors Harbour. After getting settled we headed ...
... Run, Run, Roooo!” Everyone on the team contributed at least one answer, so that was gratifying. We won pens.
After trivia, we went to Pas and Sue’s cabin to play a couple of rounds of Telephone-Pictionary. The best one was the last: Keegan started with, “Our captain is still drunk,” which eventually became a cowboy with an AK-47 and sunglasses. Very hip. We then went up to the Elite lounge for steak tartar ...
... had a work call, so we left him behind and went up to the buffet for lunch. Lunch was followed by a brief explore.
Paul had finished his two calls around 2:30pm. I had unpacked, so we were ready to be out and about. The ship is similar to whatever one Pas and I took last summer, so I have a vague sense of its layout. While Paul was finishing a brief snack, we were called for the muster drill. Which, of course, we attended. In our minds.
Sail away – we went ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed