Powell Pointe Resort at Cape Eleuthera
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Governor's Harbour was the prettiest and most picturesque harbour we've been to thus far.
We also were very happy to find a sports bar with satellite TV so that we could watch the World Cup. Bahamian cable was blocking the games - making them pay-per-view only.
... 8230;. How are you? Would be met with the reply:- "Right here between Oh Lord and Thank God!" When someone is confused then they would be described as :- "more mix up than a conch salad!" And if you make someone angry then you may hear them exclaim:- "Don't yuck up my vexation!!" We had a really nice time on the island and are both looking forward to coming back. For now, we are setting sail again toward our next stop ...
This morning we woke up to the anchors being dropped in at Princess Cays, Bahamas, on the island of Eleuthera. A cloudy morning. It as soon as we had our breakfast and were ready for the short tender ride, the sun came out was was shining right until we rode the tender back to the ship at 3:00 A perfect ending to our cruise. We sailed away around 4 At 4:30 it was the jackpot Bingo game for $2100. We played the game and won the second game for a winning of ...
... and onto Eleuthera's western bank. We went ashore on the peak swell day to cautiously take more pictures and visit a blow hole close to the bridge. Our pictures are the best description. See Google Earth N25*26'03.6” + W076*36'23.5” for our approximate anchored position.
During our stay at the Glass Window the cooler than normal temperatures persisted with the north wind and Dave took the exterior sun shades off ...
... of the forecast if needed. Carnival Destiny was present this day, and a few of its guests had walked to our remote end of the beach. Unlike some other cruise ship stopovers, however, a day sail on a catamaran was not an excursion offered here. See Google Earth N24*35'03.5” + W075*57'41” for our approximate anchored position.
We took advantage of the calm before the storm and, after having lunch, took the dinghy to the ...