Beach Bungalows and Bonefishing Lodge
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Yet another early start as have 50 miles to sail ( motor!) to get to the west side of Long Island so tomorrow we can head over to George Town in the Exumas. After hours of sailing we realised why it was called Long Island and would have been ...
... as well as a gathering place with cold beers. Being “early,” we practically had the whole place to ourselves. Not early, everyone else was too late...
We spent three nights in the Salt Pond anchorage, completing our laundry and some internet chores and taking a pleasant hike in calm weather over to the Atlantic coast beach to go snorkeling (although the conditions proved too rough for more than a waist deep ...
... know it's okay to drink and drive here". I'm hoping that she meant that it's okay to drink if you're a passenger but not the driver. But somehow I'm thinking that's not what she meant.
We stopped again at Phils Car Rental and picked up our Suzuki Sprint and Len fits in! It's a tiny wee car but all we need for scooting around the island. And we constantly have to remember to drive on the left!
Nancy works at Phils and she is also ...
... the majority of the day exploring by dinghy, in search of a shipwreck Pete Ver Ploeg had mentioned. They were pretty excited to do a bit of pirating, but, alas, it could not be found. It sounded like a fun day exploring though, with some of the swell coming in, I think the dinghy ride was a bit exhausting in the end. I spent the day aboard Hejira experimenting with the solar shower before having some necessary solo downtime. ...
... its widest point, sandwiched by the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean; you can experience two completely opposite bodies of water. The Atlantic side is a deep indigo blue with waves crashing the coral rock coastline, and sights of boats and cruise ships every day. The Caribbean side is the most turquoise, beautiful shimmering water with the whitest, sugar beach you might ever see in a lifetime; with water clear enough to drink, you can ...