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... last day we had to check out early so we hired another car and drove up North to treasure cay - a town off the main island. It was really beautiful here with much bigger homes right by the water and a huge clear beach with cool fish along the shore. We had lunch in a funky pub type venue which was really busy with fourth of July festivities going on. On the drive back from treasure cay we turned up a random road to find a place to fish. We found this great spot swap on one side and ...
... Deaver books and these also appear good so another 14 of those to go.
15/4 We went ashore and had lunch and checked emails, we had some interest on the crew position on Saturday and were hoping for a response, so far nothing, but here’s hoping. “Happy Birthday Zaz” after shopping and emails, we up anchored and sailed over to Stocking Island and anchored off ChatanChill, the first proper beach bar in the Bahamas, then I went snorkeling I came across a 5ft ...
... folks to make it is by relying on each other, living in inherited houses at low cost, and scrapping for a living in whatever multiple ways present themselves. We are going to help with the cost of Kijohnna's surgery - if you want to help out too, let us know.
We have lots of fun footage of Harbour Island, but that will need to wait for my next burst of video-editing energy!
on Wabi Sabi
... bear similarities with the Yoruba Egungun festivals. It is believed that this festival began during the 16th and 17th centuries. The slaves in The Bahamas were given a special holiday around Christmas time when they would be able to leave the plantations to be with their family and celebrate the holidays with African dance, music, and costumes. After ...
It’s Still Gooder in Guana
It’s been a quiet, uneventful week. Just what we needed. The weather has been perfect all week. Calm seas, sunshine, fantastic sunsets. No, we are not tired of it all, yet. I’ve had time to do some more work on the teak and rails, so the boat is looking better. One afternoon we took the dinghy up the coast with Kathy and Denny looking for lobster and conch. All we found was trash on a ...