Stella Maris Resort Club
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... is sun in the forecast for every day but high winds so we stay put. We are likely in for a bit of bumpy ride there but as I sit here and type there is no wind yet. We only have 30 miles to go so with the wind at our back it won't be terrible that's me being optimistic :-)
We dropped our fishing rod in on route to Emerald Bay but no luck this time the fish just didn't like us much. We arrived at 1 just as the wind started to ...
... I'd seen enough hehe. I'm getting much faster at getting into the dinghy from the water :-) I downloaded a picture to add to the post for you to see what they look like...the one we saw was fatter and over 4 ft long.
From there we zipped around the shore line to see the lovely resort Villas of Stella Maris Resort has rooms and cottages to rent they offer all inclusive packages as well. 4 bedroom ...
... colored star fish that were very fat I've never seen a thick star fish before and there were many of them.
We had appy's on the bow of the boat watching the sun set it was a perfect moment. We cooked our wonderful fish for dinner, we had tuna that we caught and also wahoo white fish that we were given by some fisherman on the dock last night a delicious meal. Followed by dice and crib a very good Valentine's day.
... sitting at the bar researching and discussing weather. The four of us are ordering pizza and will call it an early night. Tomorrow we are heading to Clarence Town, Long Island. See my silly makeshift google map with arrows.
It's now dark and the guys have just taken a walk down the beach to check on our dinghies. See? We really do learn fast. ...
... water, and a slice of lime). We ate lobster, conch and papaya to our stomach's content. We swam at beautiful resort beaches and at secluded spots where we were the only ones there to snorkel with the fishes. Our experiences on Long Island are folded into memories of colour, beauty, warmth and kindness. Thank-you Mike and Marianne. Thank-you Bahamas. To you we toast: "May the Long Island sand flow slowly through your ...