Grotto Bay Bahamas
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... Hours', drinking Sundowners and listening to Rake and Scrape music. Found the perfect Long Island t-shirt at the farmer's market. Explored a grotto full of roots, stalagmites and bats. Climbed to the monument on Cape Santa Maria where Christopher Columbus landed. Visited a variety of local bars and met their owners. Have had the most gracious and generous hosts without whom we would never have been able to experience so much of Bahamian ...
... 8220;early” in the season. They, as well as other proprietors we had met along our journey thus far, expressed some concern as well that the recent hurricane Sandy may have discouraged some from their usual travel plans to the Bahamas. Long Island Breeze is a nice, well tended facility consisting of a bar/restaurant and small resort with rooms for rent. “In season” it caters to cruisers' needs for laundry ...
Well, that whole thing about the weather cooperating? We ended up spending another day in George Town. A front had moved through while we were there, which didn't feel like a huge deal in the harbor, but when we heard the prediction of the sea state outside, we decided we would wait another day to let the seas lay down a bit. It was just as well anyway - it gave us some time to relax before a grueling few days over to Turks & Caicos. Pete and ...
... This is a great place to take the kids during the day as well because they are sure to be entertained by the mini golf course out back.
If you’re looking for adventurous things to do while visiting, the island has a lot to offer; Long Island is full of natural points of interest and a few man-made as well.
Long Island is known for some of the best beaches in the world. The island is only 4 ...
... Dave returned on January 5. During his time away Donna managed the boat alone, weathering a passing front and sleeping under an extra blanket.
On January 6 we took advantage of some post-frontal north winds to escape George Town, passing Cape Santa Maria at the tip of Long Island to arrive mid-afternoon at our destination of Port Nelson, Rum Cay. We enjoyed a nice sail of about 54 nm that we completed ...