TripAdvisor Reviews Ethel's Cottages Eleuthera
Travel Blogs from Eleuthera
... our way back toward the Tender only to find everyone had the same idea so we had to line up again and wait for a Tender. Once back onboard we settled into the cafe for a coffee and met a really nice couple from Chicago (John & Marilyn). Being on their 41st cruise they were full of useful info and were only too happy to pass on some tips. They provided some useful tips for visiting Chicago too. Off to an early dinner and then a magic/illusion show at 7:30. ...
... the pilot boat is bouncing in the swells off the port side like they were in a Cat 5 hurricane is not going to matter to the beach bunnies onboard. The bridge didn't even have the courtesy to blow the horn as they pulled the anchor, and informed the hung over tourist we are headed to Port Everglades early. Before the breakfast dishes were even picked up we had left Eleuthera Island ...
... the cabanas or whatever they were cost in the roped off area called The Sanctuary but they had to be more than $249 !
We got up at a reasonable time and then tried to log on the internet with my laptop … useless. I saw the IT manager and then went back to her after we had breakfast and she fixed my connection issue … such a lovely person and really helpful to everyone.
Today we have been
back in the resort of princess cays on the island of Eleuthera in the
Bahamas. It has been a day for me to
indulge in my favourite pass-time of replicating a dolphin. I have been in the water pretty much all
day. David joined me initially and we
both enjoyed the warm water and gentle waves before the masses from the ship
arrived. (we got off the ship quite
early). There isn't a great deal ...
... an exposed area on the eastern shore nearest town.
Thus, being "early” we were the first to arrive in the northwest corner and were able to grab the furthest northwest spot, eliminating any possibility that other boats could anchor to be upwind of us when the front arrived. Sure enough, by dusk the next day, ten other boats joined us in the northwest corner. Ultimately, nineteen boats followed our lead. None could get as ...