Exuma Palms Hotel
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Calabash Bay, Long Island to GGT
We made a quick trip back to GGT to pick up a package, stock up on groceries, swim with our favourite dolphin Nicky, and say our goodbyes to the locals we've gotten to know.
Next stop, Cat Island!
Bahamas Summary: Beauty = 10, People = 9, Convenience = 3
As we sit here in Georgetown, cruiser central, I can reflect on our time in the Bahamas.
Summary: High on beauty, wonderful people, lacking in convenience. There’s still about 150 miles of Bahamian islands to pass through, but we’ll be sailing past it with no more than (possibly) ...
... 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 ...
... faces! Feeling the need to pamper herself moreso than she already does, Hayley attended a ladies' pamper party. The youngest and fittest in attendance, she stood out like a sore thumb. Not in attendance at the pamper party was Owen, who was busy getting his beard trimmed and hair cut by a gay Filipino man named Jersey. True story. Dinner at Giovanni’s Italian restaurant was spectacular, and just might go down as one of the most ...
... t expect too much. As it turned out, the beaches were really that beautiful. White sand, turquoise and clear water and palms. You see, sometimes it is good to decide spontaneously.
We went to George Town and it's really.....well.....tiny. There are few shops (grocery stores, liquor stores, tourist shops,...), not more. But you actually don't need more. You anyway go to the Exumas to lie on the beach, sip one or two cocktails ...