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... set up under a large tent, and food vendors selliing the traditional Bahamian food, plus many beer stands.
There was a straw market which was a big area where merchants so their souvenirs and hand made baskets, but that burned down the week before the regatta. It was sad to see, but Sandals down the road donated a large tent for the ladies to set up and sell what they had left.
... highest hill in the Exuma Cays. At the top of this hill we had wonderful views of the Atlantic side, as well as the bays and cays on the west side of the island.
We only stayed two days at Lee Stocking Island, as we wanted to get back and get some work done on the boat before the Island Regatta starts, plus we need to start getting organized as we will be heading out of here next week to Cat Cay and then make our way west to Key ...
... the Thunderball Grotto! The Snorkel was incredible, when we were here with Craig and Majorie we weren't able to snorkel because the tides were wrong it is a must do for next year. It's hard to explain the beauty that we saw but I will try, there are caves running under the big rock and at low tide you can swim right inside we were not at a real low tide so could only go in a bit...I slowly cautiously followed Bryan in and I'm so glad I did ...
... man restaurants, all the water sports which include scuba and of course the Greg Norman golf course.
From there back towards the marina I stopped in at the Grand Villa Resort and made reservations for dinner pool side (as I mentioned that is the only restaurant we have to choose from) it is a nice grill style restaurant which very good food so not a hardship.
We spent the day at their pool / beach I walked the beach ...
We moved across the harbour this morning in preparation for our early morning departure tomorrow. We're moving south. First stop, Calabash Bay, Long Island. We'll check out the Cape Santa Maria Resort again. ( http://www.capesantamaria.com ) It's beautiful. Probably one of the prettiest spots we visited last year that is also accessible to anyone who wishes to spend the money to fly there. I can't say enough wonderful things about this fabulous resort and ...