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... with massive roots I have no idea what type of tree this is...do 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. ...
The skipper and I are up early squeezing on more workout before we leave. Off to Spanish Wells today, it is an Island community which is very close to the much larger island of Eleuthera. The plan is to only spend an over night there and make our way to Harbor Island on Eleuthera. We have a guide booked for tomorrow to get us through what they call the Devils Backbone sounds interesting!
Today should be an easy cruising day there ...
... of tourist-type facilities. 50 staff permanently reside there. Other staff travel from other Bahamanian Islands to work there. Cornella (Nel) our guide, lives on an Island (Eleuthera) which is an hour and a half away by boat. Half Moon Cay is mainly limestone. There is a lagoon which is "protected"from fishing, but that doesn't stop Carnival hiring out Jet Skis for people to hoon around the lagoon! Nel pointed out bushes and trees which could be used to remedy ...
The last two days have been delightfully uneventful... our idea for a perfect vacation.... ... We wake up with the sun, lazily take another half-hour or so to actually get up. One of us will heat up some water on our gas stove. We'll sip coffee or tea while enjoying the view of the sea or reading. 30-60 minutes later, we'll prepare a simple breakfast, then return to reading or taking a walk out to the dock to watch fish and large sea turtles, etc. Oh, by ...
... back near where we started. Feeling nervous Eric decides to stay up and watch the anchor, only to wake Sal again at 3.3@ ish as big squalls come through and we slide again., 3rd time lucky we hope to stay put so Sal goes back to bed. Very unfair as 2 other boats around us not moved at all and sleeping. Come 7am Eric goes to bed and Sal takes over - meanwhile Cath manages to sleep through it all with her ear plugs ...