Powell Pointe Resort at Cape Eleuthera
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... salad or “whole fruit” too. Very nice and very different. The wait staff seemed to be enjoying the island atmosphere too.
I almost choked on my BBQ ...
I was doing my usual trick while sitting stuffing my face - people watching. It struck me that so many people must walk into a shop, pick what they think is their sized bikini or whatever, don't try it on and then take it home, throw it in amongst their holiday clothes ...
Or…better yet, and hear me out here, how about NOT bringing a child not
old enough to know how to behave on a cruise?
Yaaaaaaaaaaaaay great idea! Give me an award!
So anyway, we think
the kids will be in bed soon then Dave and I can venture down for some food in
a more tranquil setting. I won't say the
kids on board are ruining it because that is not at all true. It is in fact the first time ever we have
... as us in this shallow arena. See Google Earth N24*53' + W076*11' for our approximate anchored position.
On Friday, March 1 there was a lull that allowed us to dinghy downwind across the harbor to town where we could attempt to upload entries to our blog with internet access available from local sources. We had a delayed start because Pascal's restaurant (which offers free wifi and we found to have a strong signal) was not open in ...
... day fined up and was the sort of shimmering sunny day one imagines the Caribbean to be like every day. (It's not).
There was supposed to be a basketball and volleyball competition and we found the courts but not enough people arrived at the allotted time and nor did the organiser. Nothing for it but to join the beach "tanners" for a short while and read our books with an exotic cocktail ...
... from fish, but a little from some fishermen....
About halfway across to Little San Salvador we heard a VHF hail for "the catamaran crossing The Bridge." Having studied the charts of The Bridge, and being likely that we were the only catamaran within VHF range, Dave expected they were hailing us. He answered the hail to learn we were approaching an as yet unseen small fishing boat tending a buoyed “long line” laid across our ...