Hoopers Bay Villas Exuma
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... a boaters appy night (I like to call these corn buffets :-)) in the captains club house so we will likely go to that and I'll cook something here on the boat the supplies are getting low but I'm sure I can think of something.
We were off the dock by 9:30 the skipper said we should be with the winds mostly at our back, making our way to Staniel Cay. I have to say the Exuma Sound was not really thrilled to see us it was choppy getting ...
... man restaurants, all the water sports which include scuba and of course the Greg Norman golf course.
From there back towards the marina I stopped in at the Grand Villa Resort and made reservations for dinner pool side (as I mentioned that is the only restaurant we have to choose from) it is a nice grill style restaurant which very good food so not a hardship.
We spent the day at their pool / beach I walked the beach ...
... a burger from the Exuma Yacht Club. We were sad to discover that the Chinese restaurant had closed. It really was a novelty during our last visit...I mean, who doesn't love having Chinese take out...or in our case "take-back-to-boat"! :)
We've enjoyed the "reunions" that have taken place while we've been here in Georgetown. We've spent time on Exhale with John and Joanne, (our dock neighbours at EYC for 7yrs). Together, we've taught Craig and Christa (Simunye), ...
... to navigate around the rain clouds so we had a very pleasant day weather wise once again. Top temperature 29 degrees. And on top deck we stayed, all day moving only occasionally to venture to the bar or to the buffet restaurant,. We watched Mrs Doubtfire on the big screen, and Pink in concert who was brilliant. Sharon watched some ...
... around by boat.
Once, we took a boat tour around the Exuma Cays and you can't even imagine the clarity and the beauty of the water. We drove around private islands. (One even belongs to David Copperfield!) We went snorkeling at Thunderball Grotto (where the James Bond movie Thunderball was filmed). There, we saw lots of corals and beautiful schools of fish. Sadly, there are all tourists who come at the same time, which ...