Duck Inn And Orchid Garden
Travel Blogs from Eleuthera
... 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.
Governor's Harbour was the prettiest and most picturesque harbour we've been to thus far.
We also were very happy to find a sports bar with satellite TV so that we could watch the World Cup. Bahamian cable was blocking the games - making them pay-per-view only.
... As soon as passengers from Miami disembark, we'll board and hopefully be on our way. We boarded early at 1:55 and lifted off at 2:12, 3 minutes EARLY! It's a beautifully clear day and the views of the island as we ascended to our cruising altitude were breathtaking. We had smooth flight, arriving at our gate at Miami International at 2:58, 12 minutes early! The new American Airlines ( after the USAirways/ American merger) is impressive, so ...
Adjacent to our hammock is a nicely cleared trail that leads off into the thick jungle which covers most of North Eleuthera Island, including the area surrounding Turtle Cove. The 8 minute walk on the narrow cleared path ended at the most beautiful beach we have ever seen. This is our private beach, accessible only by boat and ...
... the American football game by the pool. (I was in the water of course). It was, on
the whole, a very relaxing non energetic day!
Now we are sitting on the balcony enjoying a lager having just finished
the evening trivia where we performed badly by our standards. Dave did well and
got all the colours on the Chilean flag correct. We won't mention the scrabble question and
how many points is K worth…….
Right now, we ...