TripAdvisor Reviews Ethel's Cottages Eleuthera
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... he spent the day in his engine well, we had him over for a big spaghetti dinner. Today, Tony hoisted him up his mast so that he could check for any damage - which thankfully he thinks is very minimal. Since the strike took out his auto helm, he gave Tony all of his spare parts for it (since it's the same one we have).
We are now watching weather in hopes for a window to cross to the Abacos.
... out !! Boy was she a sweetie and addicted to shopping !
Wes looked a lot like Thurston Howell III … just uncanny. So really he and Debbie, aka “Luvvie” (as per Gilligan’s Island), were a perfect match for each other.
Thurston, aka Wes, had been to Australia during the Vietnam war and knew and flew with Aussie pilots in the army.
Gigi and Bill live in Maryland and ...
... actually hiding out in our stateroom until all the children have gone to
bed. There are noticeably many more
children on this leg….it has made us think that, in future, we will book a
genuine 14 night (at least) cruise and not two one week cruises squished into
one. Parents find it a lot harder to
remove their children from school for 2 weeks.
Most of the kids have been ok…some excellent. But some have been horrible. The one child ...
... with cool and dry north winds at 10-15. The immediate weather forecast would not be calm enough to make the passage through the Devil's Backbone to our next destination at Harbour Island, with much due to a significantly large north swell emanating from an inordinately large low pressure system creating effects well north in the Atlantic. We knew such a swell could make for a nice show at the Glass Window feature nearby so we decided to sail ...
... underwater ridge shown on our charts, where the depth suddenly rose from thousands of feet to less than one hundred, we were planning to bring in the baits upon getting over the ridge to avoid hooking barracuda, then resetting them once back in deep water. But just prior to getting there we got a strike on one bait. As Dave started to tighten the drag on that rod, the other bait got hit. We had two fish on – hopefully not 'cuda. Donna ...