February Point Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Great Exuma
... life you see in there was stunning you are actually swimming through large schools of pretty fish the walls are covered in gorgeous coral and nestled under a ledge was a huge very shy Porcupine Fish an incredible moment. (I've added an image below). We also saw, Rainbow Parrotfish, Blue Angelfish, Squirrelfish, Lots of Sergeant Major, Blue Tang, Trumpet Fish, huge old Grouper (a very ugly fish), Yellowhead wrasse....and lots of Brain coral ...
... just didn't want to lye around all day, the beach was amazing and huge walked past Sandals resort several times, their beach front villas were very nice. I bobbed around in the water playing in the waves that was fun I just love playing in the waves. The skipper stayed by the pool and read and read his book "The Snipper", not sure if I mentioned but this is the first english novel Bryan has read since I've known him he usually only reads ...
... a burger from the Exuma Yacht Club. We were sad to discover that the Chinese restaurant had closed. It really was a novelty during our last visit...I mean, who doesn't love having Chinese take out...or in our case "take-back-to-boat"! :)
We've enjoyed the "reunions" that have taken place while we've been here in Georgetown. We've spent time on Exhale with John and Joanne, (our dock neighbours at EYC for 7yrs). Together, we've taught Craig and Christa (Simunye), ...
... to navigate around the rain clouds so we had a very pleasant day weather wise once again. Top temperature 29 degrees. And on top deck we stayed, all day moving only occasionally to venture to the bar or to the buffet restaurant,. We watched Mrs Doubtfire on the big screen, and Pink in concert who was brilliant. Sharon watched some ...
... stop. The islands left are pretty remote, with tons of beauty and little civilization. We would love to take our time, but we got a late start to this trip and we need to keep moving. We had some spectacular natural experiences, but the big detractor that keeps arising is every town we’ve been to feels run down. It's really a lack of resources and the ramifications of a ...