Augusta Bay Bahamas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsAugusta Bay Bahamas George Town
Thanks to the extremely nice people at Augusta Bay, we had a great time.Every evening was fun and entertaining. From our hotel room, we had a beautiful view on the turquoise blue water. I'd love to go back there!
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Travel Blogs from George Town
... sloops racing and the top racers from each class won 10 cases of beer and a trophy. Second and third prices won trophies plus 6 and 4 cases. No wonder they took these races so serious. There were boats coming in by barge from the surrounding islands for a couple days before the races. The events were also on land as well which included live bands, there first Junkaroo (we didn't go to ...
... 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 ...
Good morning we have awoke to grey sky's, wind and some rain...hmmm that was not the plan. The wind is supposed to dye down later this morning if it does we are heading over the Staniel Cay we need to be in Nassau by Thursday to meet up with Martin.
I'll do a workout a bit later then boat cleaning doesn't take long to dust and vacuum this boat which is the upside to living in a small place :-)
If we end up here tonight ...
... several hundred feet away! We’ve had many experiences of people going well out of their way to assist us. It also seems that crime is zero outside of Nassau. Many cruisers gave us sideways glances when we'd lock up our dinghy. Lastly, the glorious water. Swimming in the turquoise water is unrivaled- maybe the best in the world.
Well, I think we’re ...
Hi everyone. As of right now it looks like we and 3/4 of the over 300 boats anchored here are leaving tomorrow. We are headed for Black Point about 50 miles to the north. We'll keep ya posted once we get another chance at the internet. All our love.