Hope Town Hideaways
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... make sculptures out of bronze. The studio is still there today and Pete runs it as well as the pub. There is a cave in the northern part of the harbour and apparently his parents had stayed in their for a while when they first arrived in the harbour. We could not get in to the case as there were signs all around saying it was a private area.
We woke the next morning to quite ...
... ocean bobbing around.
After the Dive / Snorkel we puttered over to Lynynard Cay which was only a mile or so away into a protected anchorage site and another private beach :-) We swam and paddle boarded over, John's first private Bahamian beach experience!
I cooked on board, Wahoo fish, veggies with a Edamame starter very tasty.
Long day early to bed.
Pretty, picturesque Hope Town!!! We are happy to be in this lovely little town, and little did we know, we got here at a great time of year. There aren't the crowds of the winter or spring, and many businesses close in about a week (mid-August), so we are just in time to still enjoy! We've been here before. Four years ago we spent ten ...
... down in sheets, typical for the southern. It just looked and sounded great.
We checked out of the hotel this morning and took a shuttle over to the cruise port. What a change from checking in yesterday at the airport. When you check in for a cruise they actually make you feel wanted. First they take you luggage at the curb side and you don't have to lift it, lug it, or worry about it. It just magically finds its way ...
... We’d picked out several places to see and Donna had already affixed her multicolored dots on the charts earmarking anchorages for various wind conditions, good places to snorkel, and "ought to be bonefish here" spots.
Since we are documenting this entry well after the completion of our 2012-2013 cruise to the Bahamas, we won’t recount in our typical fashion our “day by day” adventures. Instead, we ...