Dolphin Beach Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Great Abaco Island
... know that boat"! Next morning, having tried to dinghy around to the Atlantic side and got stuck on the bottom, we take a 30 min walk across the Island through the woods to the Atlantic side and bump into our neighbours on the beach! Small world, they use to moor their boat in Portugal near Ellisa 8 years ago and have common friends who are now in Scicilly! Spotting large nursery sharks banking in the crystal clear blue ...
... inside was a couple of gifts from the travel agency….one was for a dinner tonight in one of the specialty restaurants called the Pinnacle Grill, the other was a beverage card for each of us, entitling us to the equivalent to $410.00 each of alcohol or pop or specialty coffees. WOW!!! I must have done something good at some point in my life.
The room is typical cruise stateroom, except the balconies are deeper. The ...
... We found the largest one which had less food than a petrol station and had no bread or much else , we tried to find the 2 small grocery stores, the blue house and the pink house, but walked passed them without realizing they were shops.
19/4We set off at about 10 after checking emails and sailed the 28 miles down the coast in heavy wind 25+ and anchored in the lea of Bitter Cistern Cay in a glorious bay overlooked by about 10 houses all shuttered. The whole bay ...
... their two little girls. They played with it for hours, swinging from one end of the 50ft boat to the other. There is a photo below.
Lee and Sherry Haefele and their friend Barry (from Eluthera, Bahamas) spent the day with us, walking around, going to a country music concert, riding golf carts. A pleasant time, despite the cold weather and 30 mph winds and rain. Hey, anyone can come to the Bahamas when it ...
A new video is below... this is the first of two videos that cover a little trip north from Green Turtle Cay.
This first video includes our visit to Coopers Town (Abaco Island) and to Powell Cay. Coopers Town is a settlement seldom visited by outsiders. Powell Cay is uninhabited.