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... 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 ...
... dolphin, Nicky, is around, we didn't see her on this visit. But we did do all the other fun things like hand feed the sting rays, watch the turtles, and cuddle those two adorable "kittens" (Lightning and Thunder) at the Chat & Chill.
We also enjoyed the view of the harbour from the deck at the St. Francis resort, indulged in a very civilized cup of coffee from the Driftwood Cafe, enjoyed a Bahamian Breakfast of eggs and corned beef hash at the local bakery, ...
Not a lot to report today. We have been At Sea today and have done very little. Still no Lumberjacks on the breakfast menu, lets hope its tomorrow or Saturday then it will be repeated next week. After we had breakfast this morning, we wandered up on to top deck. The weather was agin lovely despite the forecast of rain. The Gaffer of the ...
Bahamas Summary: Beauty = 10, People = 9, Convenience = 3
As we sit here in Georgetown, cruiser central, I can reflect on our time in the Bahamas.
Summary: High on beauty, wonderful people, lacking in convenience. There’s still about 150 miles of Bahamian islands to pass through, but we’ll be sailing past it with no more than (possibly) ...