Green Turtle Club & Marina
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGreen Turtle Club & Marina Great Abaco Island
Fun place and great band
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... on everything. I will go exploring a bit too.
I have been terribly homesick the last week, my heart literally hurt. I was quite ready to make a move, but then realised... Make the best of any situation, whether it be unexpected, bad, miserable, confusing, anything. I got my Bahamian simcard so can be in touch a bit more and Jennifer and I had a little chat. I have decided to accept the fact that I am nanny first, ...
... N + 078*17’17.04”W. To get into the best anchor spot requires that you meander through some shallows at mid tide or higher and thread a needle between some rocks and a sand bar, with the degree of difficulty increased by any tidal flow and wind. Not for the faint of heart. Once in, it’s drop-dead gorgeous. Our pictures provide the best description of the setting. This is one of the most exotic anchorages we've ever been ...
... miles away and had a good sail, often having to reef to slow down,
9/4 We arrived at Clarence Bay just after dawn and worked our way in through the coral reef and anchored behind the marina outer wall, After a 4 hour sleep we decided to go to “Flying Fish Marina and moored there for a day, We went to the Marina Bar which had Wifi and tried on the internet to get a crew to help us home. There was a mile walk to the nearest store for a loaf of bread, the Bahamas are ...
... s Healthcare System; which I have been researching a bit, prompted by Kijohnna's need.
Kijohnna has an eye condition that, were she part of an American middle-class family, would have been taken care of at a much younger age with a simple surgery. Kijohnna is 7 years old.
Harbour Island is not a poor place, but wages for the locals here is about a third of what they are in the U.S. Given the high cost of living, the only ...
... about 10 miles before we made an unplanned stop at Great Sale Cay. There is no video so I'll have to tell the story in writing:
We were under motor power because there was so little wind. It was 1:00 am and the engine stopped. Ruth was on watch and woke me up. The first thing we did, was... raise the sails!
With only 5 knots of wind, blowing directly from the direction we needed to go, ...