Address: Banks Road, Eleuthera, Out Islands, Bahamas | Ranch
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    Travel Blogs from Eleuthera

    Glass Window Bridge

    A travel blog entry by delfino1 on May 14, 2015

    29 photos

    ... to anchor in calm waters with beautiful scenery in front of us. We had a nice sandy beach in front, and only one other boat anchored in the bay. We had met some people from Italy back in Governor's Harbour, and we caught up with them at Glass Window.

    Turns out there hometown may not be far from Fabio's hometown in Italy and both their fathers may have been friends, go figure.

    The next day we headed through the Current Cut ...

    First Capital of Bahamas

    A travel blog entry by delfino1 on May 13, 2015

    4 comments, 50 photos

    ... while filming Fool's Gold. Also Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon were married here and when some of the locals asked who Mariah Carey was they had no idea.

    We walked to the Atlantic side to see the beautiful pink beach and on our back went to a restaurant called Bucaneers for lunch. We returned to the boat as we had to make water and get Delfino ready for our next destination the Glass Window, which is about 25 nm from here.


    The Laughing Lizard Cafe

    A travel blog entry by cattflight on May 06, 2015

    9 photos

    ... dropped into the Rainbow Inn - a well-recommended restaurant by all accounts in the Bahama Sunset guest books. As it turns out, their power was out as well, but they seemed to be well-prepared with enough menu items for a no-power condition ( or as the locals say "no current"). Best soft fish tacos I have ever had!! Stacy had the veggie version and raves about that, ...

    We made it! Eleuthera for a week!!

    A travel blog entry by cattflight on May 02, 2015

    3 photos

    ... movement. Fortunately, the scattered and broken cumulus layer just below helped us put our speed into perspective. 145-167kts en route (that's over 190mph at the top end!) Before we knew it, the west end of Grand Bahama island and Freeport came into view. Though there was never really any reason for concern or apprehension, being back over land felt good. Plus the anticipation of arrival in our own little slice of paradise grew with each mile. ...

    Bikinis and Boo-kinis at Princess Cays

    A travel blog entry by dougo on Mar 20, 2014

    8 photos

    ... went over to Princess Cays around 11am by Tender and immediately wandered in and out of the shops and walked along the path until we came to the area where food was set up. Essentially there were four lines but at 11.30 there were only two in use so we thought we may as well eat while we’re there. There was all sorts of BBQ meat from chicken, fish, pork ribs, some kind of sausage and burgers and lots of salads, iced water or iced tea. There was plenty ...