North Riding Point Club
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... after seeing Fred the cockatoo on TV, I always wanted one of those too!! So, we had time with the birds as well. What a fabulous excursion.
We boarded the boat and Captain Buddy, a happy cheerful dude, took us out to sea for a look at the coast and back to UNEXSO where we wrapped up with a few picture purchases... how could we not?!!!
Thank you to Melissa and UNEXSO for such an outstanding experience. Bucket list review: Swimming with dolphins -- CHECK!
Our second Bahamian stop was in Freeport which, as the name suggests, has a lot to do with shopping and duty free. There were, again, a huge variety of excursions on offer ranging from adventure to luxury resort. The down side of this stop was that we got in early in the morning, 7AM, and leave at 3PM meaning 2:30 back on board. The sun at this time of the year takes a bit longer to get to beach heat so we opted for loungers on deck at the poolside, what a great ...
... on to another spot on the Sea of Abaco. The temperature today is in the 80s, a bit humid, windy and sunny. John has spent some time in the engine room (surprise, surprise), attending to needed maintenance, but we are presently relaxing near the pool under an umbrella soon to partake of an “island concoction.” Loving the fresh fish here, so tonight we will probably try the conch chowder and salad. We could get use to this. . ...
... and I couldn't wait to jump into the water. As I ran, I threw my shoes off and was throwing my clothes all over the ground. The sand was cool and wet against my bare foot and as soon as I reached the water, it was warm. Unbelievably warm. I didn't care that there was a rain cloud over my head because the ocean was still warm even with the trickles of on and off rain.
I don't know why my friends hesitated to jump in the water but Vera and Jenn finally managed to get into ...
... ice and do laundry. At one point Chad reported seeing a 9 foot shark under his boat. The water is so clear and smooth it is surreal.It's quite un-nerving to be sailing along and you can see the bottom in 25 feet of water. It was a long hot day today as we led the fleet through the dreaded Whale Cay Passage. It's a narrow opening between two huge rocks and an island that took us out into the Atlantic to avoid shoals in the Sea of Abaco. It lasted for about 5 miles in the ...