Palm Bay Beach Club
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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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... dolphin, Nicky, is around, we didn't see her on this visit. But we did do all the other fun things like hand feed the sting rays, watch the turtles, and cuddle those two adorable "kittens" (Lightning and Thunder) at the Chat & Chill.
We also enjoyed the view of the harbour from the deck at the St. Francis resort, indulged in a very civilized cup of coffee from the Driftwood Cafe, enjoyed a Bahamian Breakfast of eggs and corned beef hash at the local bakery, ...
Not a lot to report today. We have been At Sea today and have done very little. Still no Lumberjacks on the breakfast menu, lets hope its tomorrow or Saturday then it will be repeated next week. After we had breakfast this morning, we wandered up on to top deck. The weather was agin lovely despite the forecast of rain. The Gaffer of the ...
Calabash Bay, Long Island to GGT
We made a quick trip back to GGT to pick up a package, stock up on groceries, swim with our favourite dolphin Nicky, and say our goodbyes to the locals we've gotten to know.
Next stop, Cat Island!
... 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 ...
Yet another early start as have 50 miles to sail ( motor!) to get to the west side of Long Island so tomorrow we can head over to George Town in the Exumas. After hours of sailing we realised why it was called Long Island and would have been ...