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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... religious freedom, warmer climates and to establish new lands. They were shipwrecked on the reefs at North Eleuthera but the survivors worked there way eventually to Cupid's Cay. The survivors named the island Eleuthera which is a variation of the greek word for freedom.
Governor's Harbour is the oldest settlement in the Bahamas with Victorian houses close to the harbour. These houses are on large lots with beautiful flowers ...
... sea life and rises and ebbs with the tides.
Although it has a connection to the ocean, no one has found the connection. Jacques Cousteau tried at one time unsuccessfully. The hole is full if fish but no fishing is allowed, and it is open for swimming to the public and feeding the fish.
Off to Governor's Harbour next.
We have a very nice room but OMG--there is a strange noise that randomly occurs at various moments, which sounds like a champagne cork popping -- LOUD, happened all thru the night and woke us both up and then made it difficult to sleep. We think it has something to do with the construction of the ship, but who knows? You know it's bad when the waiter at breakfast commented on how tired I looked this morning! :))
We arrived at the ...
... he spent the day in his engine well, we had him over for a big spaghetti dinner. Today, Tony hoisted him up his mast so that he could check for any damage - which thankfully he thinks is very minimal. Since the strike took out his auto helm, he gave Tony all of his spare parts for it (since it's the same one we have).
We are now watching weather in hopes for a window to cross to the Abacos.
... Back on board we dropped our goods and chattels in our cabin and I swapped them for some crocheting (a white baby blanket for our local hospital committee), then down to the International café for a Flat White. Just the hit I needed.
A table or two over, there were two couples sitting and the usual “discussion” between a husband and wife … she had forgotten the password and her husband who did not use computers ...