The Bahamian Village
Travel Blogs from Long Island
... careful upwind sail in ESE at 10-12 kts along the shallow obstacle course until we had to turn too far upwind and had to motor sail to reach an intermediate stop at the nice bay adjacent to Whale Head. Arriving at 1630, under 5 miles from our intended destination at Salt Pond, we were losing too much light to safely continue on.
One of two highlights of the day was getting buzzed by a US Coast Guard helicopter flying ...
... place, just the right size for a couple and immaculately built and decorated. We settle in then hit the beach for a stroll.
Almost everything is closed on the island on Sunday so we went to one of the few restaurants open for supper, Rowdy Boys in Clarence Town.
Our week was spent fishing, beach combing, snorkeling, relaxing, exploring, etc.
Len fished with a guide for 2 days. Both days with Bonafide Bonefishing. He ...
... was a big rainbow.
I signed up for a bunch of intramural activities including yoga, dodgeball, ping pong, and a movie club. They have a club for everything, including Quiddich. I tried to convince my friend to sign up for it with me, but he did not want to. Womp womp.
All in all the boat is everything I expected and more.
Have questions? Email me will ya! I get email pretty frequently and am a good penpal when it comes to responding.
... our new catch had be so caught up in the excitement, I forgot the best part: this was going to be our dinner. Dinner for four for many nights to come.
After salvaging all the meat on the fish we could, we took the lure, and cast it back out not thinking we'd have anymore success. Sure enough no more than 30 minutes later, the reel starts pulling again. Nate and I reel in a 19in barracuda. ...
... water) and is said to be the world’s 2nd largest underwater chamber. Whether you’re interested in the world’s best scuba diving or you just want to be fearless for 5 minutes and dive from the coral rocks surrounding the bay, this is a breathtaking beach that will please everyone.
There are numerous abandoned shipwrecks all around the island; there is no doubt you won’t run into one at some point and on ...