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... First stop: candy hut. Every kind of candy you could imagine was inside along with sodas, Gatorades, chips; there wasn't an area of the room that wasn't a drawer holding some form of treat. We then carried on to the tequila shack. There were two wooden baskets on either side, the left holding assorted beers on ice, the right a gold and silver tequila (and shot glasses). No one actually works at these stands; it's all just self serve. We started ...
... on everything. I will go exploring a bit too.
I have been terribly homesick the last week, my heart literally hurt. I was quite ready to make a move, but then realised... Make the best of any situation, whether it be unexpected, bad, miserable, confusing, anything. I got my Bahamian simcard so can be in touch a bit more and Jennifer and I had a little chat. I have decided to accept the fact that I am nanny first, ...
... for the passage back to the Chesapeake.
Little Harbour, at the south end of the Sea of Abaco, was our arrival point from Spanish Wells and it became our favorite cold front weather refuge and watering hole. It’s the home of Pete’s Pub and Gallery and the Johnston Foundry. A visit to the gallery next to the Pub is a must for visiting cruisers where you can learn about how this harbor inspired the late Randolph Johnston, ...
... to the gas fill shop and reprovisioned.
THe BAHAMAS - stunningly beautiful, but after clear water, beautiful beaches, great snorkelling, there is not much to do, the islands have been taken over by the Americans and sanitized
no more beach bar shacks - now plush bar restaurants
no more tiny fruit shops - all shopping plazas
no walking everyone takes taxis
its still beautiful but its not like the real caribbean -its almost boring !!
Plan to head off tomorrow morning to ...
... the costumes amazing, the family atmosphere....priceless. All kids, whether on the street formally performing, or on the sidelines are "in the parade" its infectious. It is a must do for the families on the island.
The largest Junkanoo in the Bahamas is in Nassau and is a magnificent celebration of life and freedom. It is celebrated in two spectacular parades on Boxing Day, December 26, ...