Morgan's Bonefish Harbour

Address: Cave Road, Eleuthera, Out Islands, Bahamas | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Cave Road, Eleuthera.
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Travel Blogs from Eleuthera

Bahama Sunset -Day 4

A travel blog entry by cattflight on May 05, 2015

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... the storm, the lagoon picked up quite a bit of sea sludge (I don't know if that's actually a legitimate thing) and we were concerned for how long the cloudy, murky funk would last. To our surprise, within an hour or two, the lagoon cleared up nicely and we each took a turn snorkeling in the still less-than-perfectly-clear water. Ichabod was a bit twitchy alone on the lower landing so we traded puppy-sitting duties. ...

All Day at Valentines Marina

A travel blog entry by hemslie on Mar 09, 2015

2 comments, 13 photos

... with massive roots I have no idea what type of tree this you? There are many rental cottages along the pink sand beach on the SE side of the island they look wonderful and range in price from $3000 to $15,000 a week and range in size from 3 to 5 bedrooms. It would be a lovely place for a vacation we are loving this town. Most of the town is clean and organized there are broken down buildings but also lots of well manicured cottages the people are very friendly. ...

Travel Day to Spanish Wells

A travel blog entry by hemslie on Mar 07, 2015

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... that it has the same name as our local pub at home :-) It was approximately 15 minute walk to the end of the Island it is a very well kept town the homes are small nicely manicured and colorful, very clean no garbage around. The main form of transportation is golf carts the island is not big so lots of bikes, carts and walking. The restaurant was divine really lovely setting and the food was incredible, this area is known for it's lobster so I had that for dinner ...

Preacher's Cave

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Jun 19, 2014

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Today, on our return trip from the grocery store, we stopped at Preachers Cave, an important historical landmark for Eleuthera. The large unique cave is located about two miles east of Gene's Bay and about one mile west of Turtle Cove. The cave was discovered by William Sayle and, a group of Christians seeking religious freedom from Bermuda, now referred to as "The Eleutheran Adventures." They were shipwrecked off the Eleuthera coast on a reef called the Devil's Back Bone in 1648 and ...

Spanish Wells

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Jun 14, 2014

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... Rowan-Beauregard, to say hello to the lady who owns our house. But, being Saturday, no one was in the office, so perhaps we'll have an opportunity to meet her later. Our circuit nearly completed, we spotted the Shipyard, an open air restaurant with panoramic views of the water. The Shipyard has a limited menu but all were fresh catches of the day. We opted for Fish&Chips , fish being mahi-mahi. Yum yum! While we enjoyed our lunch ...