Tingum Village Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Beach today there are reefs really close to shore so I'm sure there are things to see so we will bring our snorkel gear. This marina is a safe Manatee zone so that would indicate that they are here somewhere, I'm hoping to see one.
I enjoyed a wonderful morning walk around the town looking at the pretty Victorian style cottages and small local vendor shops. Bryan joined me for 1/2 of my walk which was nice, he took a picture of me under or shall I say in a ...
... community most everything was closed as it is Sunday we will explore more tomorrow.
Spent a couple of hours at the Marina pool it is very nice and offers a few big lounge beds which I was able to enjoy very comfy.
We enjoyed a cocktail at the marina bar which is outside overlooking the marina. I cooked on board tonight.
A very good day and start to our stay on Harbour Island.
... drugs. Half Moon Cay was hot, DAMN HOT! and Humid.... We had a brief look around... Just a few gift shops... Before walking a short way to mount bikes for our bike/hike tour. When I think back on it, there wasn't really much to see. This was an Island with beautiful white sand beaches, emerald green water and that's about it. The Bahamas sold it to Holland America Lines in 1992 for $6.5m (99 year lease). Holland is owned by Carnival. They have spent about $17.5m ...
... on Tuesdays, but today it was closed on Wednesday, too. A helpful lady on a passing golf cart stopped and asked if we needed assistance and she kindly offered her suggestion for an alternate lunch spot. We followed her directions to the "Coral Sands", an upscale hotel on the beach side of the island. For lunch, we shared a sparse, but tasty sampler of island entrées. We also shared a liter of sparkling water. Total cost was $46 including tip. Also included with the ...
... see what it's like tomorrow. After a lazy start we head to the Island to check out the old ruins and wildlife! It just be Cath as not only has she bought bad weather again but we find another snake! The heavens opened as we walked back so really felt like the Solent - home from home, with brown dusty rain as well! To be extra sure tonight Eric outs out a second anchor and says to Sal, no worries tonight we aren't ...