Exuma Palms Hotel
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- Free parking
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April 21 to 25 was the Island Regatta here in Georgetown. There were four classes of boats for the races, with the races going the Wednesday thru Saturday. There was some serious sailors out there sailing as you could here if you had your dinghy up close to all the action. This is a Georgetown tradition for the Bahamians and the first regatta was started in the 1950's. There were four ...
... where they kept sea life. I went snorkelling one day in the bay, but all I saw was sea grass and sand. I did manage to have a stingray visit me in the afternoon while I was in the water cleaning off the bottom of the boat, and on the morning that we headed out I saw a spotted eagle ray, but did not have my camera handy. The spotted eagle rays are so rare to see, it was neat to see one.
Our second day we walked up to Perry's Peak, which ...
... with big swells, we've seen much worse but for whatever reason these guys really shook me. I settled down as we went along and so did the whether :-) We arrived in Staniel Cay around 2pm, we were lucky to find a few mooring balls available so the 1st mate me went done to snag one. I've talked about this before but grabbing a mooring ball from the bow of the boat with a long pole with a hook on it whilst the boat is bobbing around in ...
... to play. Made my way to their club house to enquire about prices and basically snoop about it was very nice, $85 for the round for marina guests if you were staying at the Sandals resort right beside the course the golf is included in your all inclusive now that's a super deal. From there I walked around Sandals resort they didn't even care I was there I just made like I was staying there walked around their pool deck, used their ...
... up on a chair since I could not hoist David up. The top of the mast feels a lot taller when you look down to the boat but the view 70 feet high was amazing. Though the view was spectacular, I wouldn't volunteer to go up all the time. While Dave and I were working on the antenna, the kids stayed on the beach and created a masterpiece - their maiden of the sea.