Grand Isle Resort & Spa
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... small, fan coral, sponges and more. We have to get that GoPro for next year!
Back to the boat and desalted everything including us then made our way into the SCYC for a visit and drink. I love this little Yacht Club it has so much charm and welcoming atmosphere! If you remember from our last visit this is the place with the closet sized liquer store and gift shop, they have an outside bar area and inside. The inside bar area is ...
... to keep his Spanish reading skills up it was nice to see him over 1/2 way through and enjoying the ease of an english novel. We ate lunch at the pool which was okay not as good as their dinners.
Dinner was wonderful again they have a good dinner chef team. After a day in the sunshine it was an early night...hmmm wait a minute every night is an early night :-))
Tomorrow weather permitting we will leave for Staniel Cay we will see.
... couple, Ian and Jennifer (Lost Puppy) how to play Mexican Train Dominos. What fun! Also, we've had the chance to spend time with Dave, from Bliss II, who was our buddy boat for about three months last spring/summer. You'll see from the pictures that we are all rather silly with the way that we've become the "Bear Clan"...Dave started it. ;)
We've had nothing but trouble with our dinghy motor ever since the start of this leg back in Indiantown. First it ...
... I dozed in and out of consciousness with my Ipod :) Captains Cocktail party tonight and we had our invite, lovely bash with free cocktails and champagne, had our photo taken with the Commodore who was very chatty and very nice. Sharon's gone to the theatre, I've gone to bed. Currently full steam ahead towards nassau in the Bahamas. Thats all ...
... several hundred feet away! We’ve had many experiences of people going well out of their way to assist us. It also seems that crime is zero outside of Nassau. Many cruisers gave us sideways glances when we'd lock up our dinghy. Lastly, the glorious water. Swimming in the turquoise water is unrivaled- maybe the best in the world.
Well, I think we’re ...