The Resort at Cat Island
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Travel Blogs from Cat Island
From GGT we hopped over to Cat Island to meet up with Bliss II again. We left the Conch Cay Cut (top of Georgetown Harbour) and arrived at Hawk's Nest Point (bottom end of Cat Island) nine hours later. It was a good day of sailing, even though the seas were a bit rough there was a good wind that allowed us to carve nicely through the waves.
Once on Cat Island, we spent the first night anchored just east of Hawk's Nest Point. On day two we moved to New Bight to ...
... asked to participate in a gift exchange; therefore, we decided to purchase a lovely picturesque frame of the Alamo City’s scenic spots.
Our invitation to the Cruise Critic Meet and Greet was for 1015 Monday in the Sky Lounge on the 14th Deck. We were all supposed to wear beads to the meeting. At about 1000, we left our Suite and headed to the 14th Deck. After arriving at the entrance to the Sky Lounge, we heard someone with ...
... in this area. We also swam across the little channel to the other side and walked on a private beach. The beach is so beautiful and nobody from the island goes on it - at least we never saw anyone on it. This was our favourite part of Cat Island.
We had a great ...
... a swamp). You are within a walking distance to the ocean but you can not see it from the "Boathouse".
We made the most of our visit though. We enjoyed exploring the area and even having use of the kayaks.
There was a great little place to eat near where we were staying called Yardie's Restaurant. It was here that we tried a Conch Salad for the first time. Joanne and I both did not really care for it because the ...
Somehow the communication between Joanne and the owner of the Orange Creek Inn got mixed up and nobody was at the airport to pick us up. Luckily, the owner of another hotel was there to pick someone up (who did not show up) and he offered to drive us to the Inn. On the way to our destination, he played guide and pointed out important areas on the island as well as places to eat and drink.
We were dropped off at the Orange Creek Inn and ...