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... the boat and in you go...easy as that! I was nervous but just counted to 3 and did it and so glad I did much easier than putting the gear on in the water. The dive was fun I just love being down at the level of the fish and coral. This reef was really interesting lots of caverns, ledges to swim around I didn't go in any of the caves as I'm a novice but Bryan and John did. I saw a huge hog fish under a ledge that was cool, lots of bright colored angel and parrot fish it ...
... showered and head back out again for our 8pm dinner back to The Firefly. Dinner was excellent. Grant had a pasta dish with the fish of the day… some fish with fangs and an overbite that I can’t remember (Gross!) and I had a very nice chicken dish. We started with a crab dip and of course deep fried pickles. Having turned my nose up at the sound of this for several years… I take it all back and ...
... Lots of lovely homes around the marina and different canals off the bad in leafing to more private homes. Food for thought now as Eric can see himself here with his boat! Winds swung round over night and meant another sleepless night as we danced very closely to boats on bouys but no harm done. Out exploring and a fantastic beach on the North side and all the facilities we need so not a bad place to spend ...
... pool with bar and hammock over the water. Another island we visited was Hope Town. This island is known for its red and white lighthouse which can only be visited by a boat. The island was really cute with white and blue painted houses which reminded us of Greece or Croatia. We walked around lots exploring the little streets and beaches and found a cool bar by the beach which also had a pool for us to relax and have a few drinks while we awaited the ferry back to the main island. ...
... US East Coast homes in the spring.
Hope Town, on Elbow Cay, is a center of attention for the populated portion of the Abacos. It has a beautiful, small harbor surrounded by a charming, quaint village that primarily caters to the tourist trade with villas and other accommodations for rent and a lovely Atlantic coast beachfront. We visited multiple times. The “streets” are wide sidewalks limited to benign bicycle and ...
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