Ocean View Club
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... 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 ...
... In and out of the water. By the end of the beach visit, we could not keep him our of the water. He may be a beach dog after all. It just took a little but to rid him of his fears. Before we left Twin Sisters Beach, we took a cast of Ichabod's foot print to memorialize his first beach visit. I am sure it will be displayed proudly in our home next to a photo of him frolicking in the water or the sand. ...
Bahama Sunset is the name given to the home we've rented for the week. The home sits a mile south of Gregory Town, towards the north end of Eleuthera, just off Queens Highway, the main north-south road running the 110 mile length of the island. We arrived shortly after our 4pm check-in time after spending a few hours at White Crown Aviation, updating the blog and perusing some of the local Visitors Guides. A 20 minute taxi ride came ...
... of very rich teens around it's pretty funny people watching these people live a very different life. Harbour Island is a roughly 3 1/2 miles long and 1/2 mile wide so a golf cart is the main form of transportation. Once the capital of the Bahamas the current population is close to 2,000. Harbour Island's tiny gem is Dunmore Town (where we are), a Victorian-style village of narrow streets, pastel painted cottages with ...
Up early and go to beach to film a sunrise time-lapse. Check messages by Valentine's. Back to hotel to rest. Wander to market and post office. Down to beach to collect some pink sand. Pack up, leave suitcase at reception and go to beach for a couple hours. Lunch at Angela's. Get bag then to dock for water taxi. Arrive at airport a little over 2 hours early...but then flight delayed 1.5 ...