Gems At Paradise Resort
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Very early morning start for me today woke up at 5 AM I have to stop going to bed so darn early or perhaps this is a good thing. I love this time of the morning no one is up I can sit and watch the sun slowing wake up very peaceful even in a marina.
Looks like it will be another great day here there are clouds off in the distance the normal Bahamas morning. I'm looking forward to the day with our guide Lester, I'm sure I'll have lots of stories to write about ...
... on top of the water trolling style. I took over holding the fishing rod and in a short time a fish grabbed on, what an exciting experience to catch a fish while floating around the Bahamas. You know right a way when you have a fish on the line the fish takes off wow I've never done this before so it was very new for me. Bryan put the boat in neutral and come down to reel it in and Craig netted and bonked it on the head …what a team! We ...
... This harbour has been so rolly and miserable for most of our stay. We've moved around to various locations to try to get into the lee, but it still rolls no matter where you are! There were two days that it was so rough we were unable to get off the boat to come ashore. It would have been dangerous to even try! I actually had to take a Gravol while at anchor. That's just wrong!
There is finally a good weather window that appears large enough to get us to the Turks and Caicos ...
Our first night onboard last night and our first night at sea. The view from the balcony after dark is lovely, the back of the ship is lit downwards with the light reflecting up from the sea and the wake of the ship is lovely. It was an early night last night, not particularly intentionally, we decided to have half an hour around 7 and woke up at midnight starving. Fortunately food is readily ...
... Island anchorage arriving from the north, although it suffers from perpetual surge. There was one other small sailboat anchored in the northernmost section of the bay, in depths we thought to be too shallow for us and possibly more exposed to swell from the not-too-distant ocean waters.
A squally morning the next day kept us from departing Calabash until after lunch, when we finally continued south to Thompson Bay. We had ...