Powell Pointe Resort at Cape Eleuthera
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... when we arrived. So instead we paid for internet access at Dingle’s, which proved excruciatingly slow (many of the cruisers use that network) and it took Donna all morning just to search for her airline reservation to visit home in April. By mid-day, the restaurant was open and we walked down the road the short distance with the hope that the connection would be better. It was. Donna was able to complete her airline reservation there, ...
... decided not to go ashore today and to use the ship as we will be back here next Friday. The ship was obviously quiet as everyone was ashore. We had a leisurely breakfast and a wander around the Atrium. We were planning a trip to Miami tomorrow but its a little bit further than Sharon thought and a taxi round trip is about £100. So instead we have booked a tour for next Saturday which does everything we want and then drops us at the airport. Tomorrow we ...
... 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 ...
... day, well worth the visit.
On November 25th we departed Governors Harbor at 0715, bound for Rock Sound, about 20nm south. In feast or famine style, the wind was now too light to sail! We rigged the spinnaker for a laid back downwind ride in the forecast 10 kts, but we never deployed it. It was dead calm, so we had a motor boat ride and made a lot of water with the "free" electricity, arriving in Rock Sound at 1230. Along the ...
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