Morgan's Bonefish Harbour
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Because we tend to have very weak wireless connections here in the Bahamas - it takes a very long time (typically with multiple failed attempts) to upload videos. So, going forward we are going to post the videos only on youtube. Here is a link to the latest one:
... and iPad (for creating and uploading our blog, checking email and reading books) and Linda's Kindle... running for over a week, so far, on initial charges... supplemented by several marvelously, lightweight, auxiliary battery packs given to Jim by his daughters last Christmas. And the funny thing is, we adjusted so quickly, painlessly and don't even miss any of the so-called modern conveniences. So far, we haven't needed or wanted to turn the generator ...
... bridge and were lucky enough to see the blow hole at the top. Setting off about 1,30 we hoped to get through Current cut on the tide as it went out, as the current sweeping through is very fast. All ok apart from the narrow entrance to the sand bank channel about 1 mile out, when we had only 0.1 under Ellisa and the tide was going down! Fior one moment ...
... 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 ...