TripAdvisor Reviews Ethel's Cottages Eleuthera
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... ID was required. The guard said we were all informed on board … it was the first I had heard about it and some passengers who were at the gate arguing with the security guard were clearly also outraged.
Hard to believe but both Doug and I had our drivers’ licence with us and we were allowed in. I bought some postcards and would have bought a lovely bracelet only it was a tad small and I didn’t want to alter it. So sadly, ...
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 ...
... in the day had lessened and the jaunt back to the boat into the wind was not a difficult one.
We spent five nights anchored in the northwestern corner of the harbor for the passage of two separate frontal systems. The temperatures were very cool and we had to unpack some warm clothes. On Monday, March 4 after brisk winds through mid-afternoon, we moved across to the eastern side of the harbor near town. In the meantime, we had done ...
We found two cheap one way tickets to the island of Eluethera that left LAX at midnight with stops in Miami and Nassau, then an archaic little puddle jumper to Eluethera. [PHOTO_D_R=2-the-island.png]
We had never heard of this place four days prior, but here we stood in a dilapidated trailor, which was the Eluethera terminal, in a torrential downpour. An hour went by with ...
... This is described as a deep, semi-fresh, 360- foot diameter water hole that may or may not connect to the ocean. Regardless, there are ocean fish in it who have been conditioned to gather at the surface when someone peers in, expecting to be fed (we had nothing to offer). Apparently it's also regarded as a good swimming hole – complete with a ladder for access – and of course, its water has curative powers.... The story goes that ...