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... it really was a funny thing to see me flying in the air...yikes! So darn no workout for me for a few days I'm fine but bruised and sore, icing and stretching and hoping it all heals quickly. So far on this trip Nellie has lost a toe nail, been thrown from a dingy, and has banged her knees so many times I can't count...omg! But after all that I can't say anything bad I'm just a bit uncoordinated and it's a small space :-) Bryan swam out to the beach after he ...
... and Mermaid reef located nearby in the Abaco sea. It is further from the grocery stores so we will get a cab. The sailboat docked on our port side is from Minnesota and the one on our starboard side is from Ohio, we are the Great Lakes region of the docks.
Wednesday - Provisioning day at last! We are so tired of living on p.b. & jelly sandwiches and spaghetti for over a week. A cab took us to the Batelco store (the Island's phone ...
... 2 days total. Everyone was so tired and excited for freedom again you would never know it had literally been 48 hours. We offered the agents assisting our guests on the island a tour of the yacht, champagne and hors d'oeuvres. They in turn offered us a tour of the island. We left around 9:30am, and were handed rum punches within feet of exiting the tender. After about 20 minutes of waiting for everyone to arrive we piled into golf carts and began ...
... is connected to your mouthpiece. It was a different and fun experience but also a bit uncomfortable as it was a struggle getting used to the breathing under water. We went to two different dive spots and saw some amazingly beautiful fish, so bright and vibrant, and also a big stingray. We got to see the plane wreck that was put down there for the filming of Jaws 4 and dived around the waters where they shot scenes from blue crush and finding nemo. Dinner on Saturday night we went ...
... 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, ...