Palm Bay Beach Club
TravelPod Member ReviewsPalm Bay Beach Club Great Exuma
This hotel is really highly recommendable; you have kayak, peddle boat and lots of other stuff for free available ;-)). They also offer shuttle service to Georgetown. Rooms are big, with kitchenette and well equipped. Staff is friendly and helpful.
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... set up under a large tent, and food vendors selliing the traditional Bahamian food, plus many beer stands.
There was a straw market which was a big area where merchants so their souvenirs and hand made baskets, but that burned down the week before the regatta. It was sad to see, but Sandals down the road donated a large tent for the ladies to set up and sell what they had left.
... highest hill in the Exuma Cays. At the top of this hill we had wonderful views of the Atlantic side, as well as the bays and cays on the west side of the island.
We only stayed two days at Lee Stocking Island, as we wanted to get back and get some work done on the boat before the Island Regatta starts, plus we need to start getting organized as we will be heading out of here next week to Cat Cay and then make our way west to Key ...
... a few tables and a pool table, the people are so welcoming and friendly. It is a very popular place and when we went to leave around 6PM our wee dinghy which was tied up on shore was pinned in by all the bigger dingy's from the larger boats it was so funny, we had no problem pushing our way through so it was fine.
I cooked on the boat tonight Wahoo fish, veggies and rice it was really delicious then a bit of tele a great day.
... 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 ...
... to do was go home, back to London Ontario. They were rescued by a cruiser anchored in Black Point who heard their distress call from their dingy three miles south of the cut they were going to go through. This cruiser left the Black Point anchorage and went to their rescue and they were then taken back to Black Point to file a police report etc.The woman told us that her biggest fear had come true and now she doesn't think she can be afraid of anything. ...