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... the boat and in you go...easy as that! I was nervous but just counted to 3 and did it and so glad I did much easier than putting the gear on in the water. The dive was fun I just love being down at the level of the fish and coral. This reef was really interesting lots of caverns, ledges to swim around I didn't go in any of the caves as I'm a novice but Bryan and John did. I saw a huge hog fish under a ledge that was cool, lots of bright colored angel and parrot fish it ...
... a fan!! If ever we return, I will be seeking them out! At the end of dinner, as if on cue, the local pups Molly and her 1/2 brother (whose name escapes me) came for a visit and gave us our puppy fix. I’m sure they know to show up for whatever might be leftover but Grant and I were convinced they came because we were the best guests. It was not Chester… but it certainly felt nice to have a visit ...
Sailing to Freeport was a two day trip. I had both days off, enjoying them laying on cushions on the sky deck soaking in the sun. I woke up the first day and turned on my light, only to have it go out within a couple of minutes. I walked down the dark hallway assuming we were switching generators. I could immediately sense that something wasn't right, and then began to notice the boat was slowing down. Sure enough, the fire alarm started going off ...
... had the crème brulle. The atmosphere of the restaurant was wonderful. The service impeccable, the food divine. How they can top this meal or even maintain the level of excellence is going to be tough. I’ll keep you posted.
A walk outside on the lido and deck 3 ended with us finding chocolate covered strawberries and champagne when we returned to our room.
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... with the harbor chock full of private and public mooring$ (anchoring is no longer permitted inside the harbour).
We anchored just outside the harbour, as this type of tight cluster of moorings never appeals to us and it is quite easy to take the short dinghy ride to one of several dinghy docks available free to cruisers. Since we rarely saw moorings vacant, they are obviously occupied by those who may prefer the appeal of ...
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1 Lubbers Lane, Great Abaco Island | Lodgefrom $232