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
... aft and to inspect all guest and crew cabins for smoke. What is going on now!? We had only left shore an hour prior and the smoke we could smell was from a fire pit of some sort, not the boat.
We were then in Nassau for two days at the cruise ship terminal. We had a crew dinner before leaving which happened to have karaoke set up outside, how perfect! We then left for Baker's Bay, a private island for the rich and famous. The guest trip ended up ...
... World War. They are very interesting. In the stair wells they have many reproductions of famous Dutch painters. It will take us two weeks just to photograph them all.
Dinner in the Pinnacle Grille was wonderful! We started with some lobster bisque, then I had the lamb chops and Guenther had the ravioli with wild mushrooms. We split a side of asparagus and mushrooms. For desert I had the bread pudding with whiskey sauce ...
... to the gas fill shop and reprovisioned.
THe BAHAMAS - stunningly beautiful, but after clear water, beautiful beaches, great snorkelling, there is not much to do, the islands have been taken over by the Americans and sanitized
no more beach bar shacks - now plush bar restaurants
no more tiny fruit shops - all shopping plazas
no walking everyone takes taxis
its still beautiful but its not like the real caribbean -its almost boring !!
Plan to head off tomorrow morning to ...
... of the name Junkanoo. One is John Canoe, a legendary West African Prince, who outwitted the English and became a local hero; and others suspecting it comes from the French 'gens inconnus,’ which translates as 'unknown' or 'masked people'.
All of the schools on the Island work from October to February building the costumes, floats and practice the music and dance. The kids ...
Wednesday. We left at 10:00 a.m. for Treasure Cay, a mere 18 miles away and had a great sail. Around 2 pm we were anchored in the beautiful little harbor. After registering we couldn't wait to go sit in the powdered sugar sand and look at one of the world's most beautiful beaches. We contemplated the beauty and then had an early dinner at the Cocoa Beach Bar & Grill a few steps from the water. On our way back to the boat we noticed a small Hunter sailboat anchored in front of ...