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... didn't look right he took the dingy bay and I swam back to the boat hoping to loosen up. Lots of lessons learned in that exercise!
From there we made our way to Green Turtle Cay a very nice spot lots of mooring balls for $20 we fuelled up here and grab a ball for the night. We fuelled, filled the tanks with air they have a nice dive store here and started a load of laundry. We took the dingy in to the local bar, every marina has a bar it would seam this one ...
... and Mermaid reef located nearby in the Abaco sea. It is further from the grocery stores so we will get a cab. The sailboat docked on our port side is from Minnesota and the one on our starboard side is from Ohio, we are the Great Lakes region of the docks.
Wednesday - Provisioning day at last! We are so tired of living on p.b. & jelly sandwiches and spaghetti for over a week. A cab took us to the Batelco store (the Island's phone ...
... 2 days total. Everyone was so tired and excited for freedom again you would never know it had literally been 48 hours. We offered the agents assisting our guests on the island a tour of the yacht, champagne and hors d'oeuvres. They in turn offered us a tour of the island. We left around 9:30am, and were handed rum punches within feet of exiting the tender. After about 20 minutes of waiting for everyone to arrive we piled into golf carts and began ...
... your plane arrive and then just go line up beside it till you let on, if u don't see your plane well you miss your flight! Nassau is much busier with heaps more people around. We are staying downtown by Junkanoo beach. There is heaps around to do and lots of nice restaurants and shops close by. We did a half day snuba trip. Snuba is mix between snorkeling and scuba diving where you don't have the oxygen tank on your back instead it is floating in a boat above water and through a ...
... sculptor, who settled here over 50 years ago. The Johnston family built a Bronze Art Foundry to cast their renowned “lost wax” sculptures. Randolph’s son Peter Johnston continues creating artwork in bronze that depicts the marine wildlife in this area. See http://www.petespubandgallery.com. The harbor has about 20 moorings at $20 if staying overnight. You can moor at no expense if you are stopping for a daytime visit ...
Other places to stay in Great Abaco Island
P.O. Box AB20486, Great Abaco Island | Villafrom $232
Off Queens Hwy. between Hope Town and White Sound, Great Abaco Island | Villafrom $230
One Purple Porpoise Place, Elbow Cay, Great Abaco Island | Villafrom $150
Hope Town, Great Abaco Island | Villafrom $195
General Delivery, Hope Town | Villafrom $230
Pelican Shores Road, Great Abaco Island | 3 star villafrom $129
South End, Great Abaco Island | 3 star villafrom $197