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Hello everyone, Posting another video with a bit more of Spanish Wells and our move from Spanish Wells to Harbour Island via the Devil's Backbone (Ahrrrrrg!).
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... in Harbor Island. In contrast to Spanish Wells, nearly all houses, large and small, were in poor repair and the overall town (called Dunmore Town) appearance was rundown, disorganized and junky. This seemed to be consistent along the harbor side, the adjacent town and immediate environs. Along the beach side of the island, among the trees and flowering bushes were very upscale, gated, residences and hotel/resorts. Our choice for lunch was a restaurant called "Sip Sip", ...
... over the shallow shifting sand towards Harbour Island, watching a variety of wading birds. 8/4/14 Cath arrives and we head out to Royal Island so we can get a swift departure tomorrow for the Abacos. 9/4/14 A big blow overnight left us very close to the shore in the morning as we had slowly crept back overnight! Good job we got up at 6.30 to see if we were still able to leave. Nope weather not good so we decided to ...
... and headed back up to him. We took
a look through the shops on the resort but they were all overpriced and not
really selling our kind of thing. Today
was the day to experience the resort itself because we saw the lovely island,
the more genuine side of the island, last week.
I think we both enjoyed ourselves a lot.
Dave was surprised at just how tired he felt after a day lazing on the
Once we were back on
the ship ...
... at the first reef and sailed deep downwind on the main alone until rounding Powell Point where we'd unfurl the genoa for the beam reach. We traversed the shallows of The Bight without problems, having charted a course that was well described in our companion cruising guide (author Pavlidis—highly recommended) and differed somewhat from the route recommended on the Explorer Charts. The too-shallow-for-us parts were easily seen in the ...