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Travel Blogs from Great Exuma
... duty. In most places we’ve come ashore we’ve been disappointed with the amenities, particularly the restaurants. There are very few and when there is one the menu is limited to 1-4 choices. Really- there is often one choice on the menu! With that said the people are incredibly friendly, always saying “good morning, how are you”, even if they’re on ...
... the water before heading to the restaurant.
While in the restaurant, Tyler enjoys the no shirt, no shoe policy on these islands a little too much I think. We gaze at the number of t-shirts hanging above us and admire the number of travelers who have left their mark here. There were shirts even from the 1990's!
After we gorged on our pig ...
... Owen and Hayley have consumed as a couple. Multiple appetizers followed by multiple main courses really hit the spot, and the ambiance of Central Park – an outdoor park littered with gorgeous flora – made for an incredible on-board dining experience. Feeling very old, we called it an early night and were in bed by 9pm. What can we say? We are boring people. You know, exercising, eating and pampering oneself can be ...
... walk across from Clarence town. A beautiful anchorage and one of our first sunsets since we have been back. A stroll along the beach that is 3 miles long with no one on it, hiding some very exclusive looking properties, one of which was up for ...
A few pics of our last few days before arriving in Georgetown (GGT)
- met up with Flextime at Oven Rock
- going out Farmer's Cut
and from the SHORT time I was there before flying home.
- Peace and Plenty
- Stocking Island
Also, a few pics for the time I was at home and Tony went back up to Cambridge.