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... a couple days.
Before we headed out I looked for some history on the Glass Window Bridge on the internet. The Glass Window Bridge is one of Eleuthera's more popular attractions. Many times referred to as the “narrowest place on Earth. For centuries, there was a natural stone bridge connection between north and south Eleuthera. Then in the 1940's, several hurricanes combined to destroy the land bridge and a concrete bridge was built ...
We had a good sail into Governor's Harbour from Rock Sound on Wednesday, with winds on the beam at 15 to 18 kn. We arrived early afternoon and had enough time to grab some lunch and head to Cupid's Cay.
Cupid’s Cay, directly adjacent to Governor’s Harbour, is actually the birthplace of the Bahamas (1648). Over 350 years ago, a small band of English pilgrims known as the Eleutheran Adventurers set sail from ...
... sea life and rises and ebbs with the tides.
Although it has a connection to the ocean, no one has found the connection. Jacques Cousteau tried at one time unsuccessfully. The hole is full if fish but no fishing is allowed, and it is open for swimming to the public and feeding the fish.
Off to Governor's Harbour next.
Bahama Sunset is the name given to the home we've rented for the week. The home sits a mile south of Gregory Town, towards the north end of Eleuthera, just off Queens Highway, the main north-south road running the 110 mile length of the island. We arrived shortly after our 4pm check-in time after spending a few hours at White Crown Aviation, updating the blog and perusing some of the local Visitors Guides. A 20 minute taxi ride came ...
... back and forth to town for propane, and with our water and diesel jugs and we are now all topped up...as well as provisioned from the above mentioned HUGE grocery store!
It's nice to be able to sit back and relax now. This is the cruising life. Many chores are more difficult, or at least more time consuming, but once they are done, we get to relax and enjoy, in paradise! I'm still loving this lifestyle!!! :)