Turtle Hill Vacation Villas

Address: Off Queens Hwy. between Hope Town and White Sound, Great Abaco Island, Out Islands, Bahamas | Villa
 
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This villa, located on Off Queens Hwy. between Hope Town and White Sound, Great Abaco Island, is near Vernon's Grocery.
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      Travel Blogs from Great Abaco Island

      Marsh Harbor and Treasure Cay

      A travel blog entry by savagetwo on Apr 05, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... and filled with all the food and hiked back to the dingy dock. After unloading everything on the boat we returned to shore and the beverage store. Thursday, April 3 we went to town in search of WiFi and found it at Java, a neat coffee shop. Later we took the dingy to meet up with everyone on a beach called Mermaid Reef. The snorkeling here is supposed to be wonderful. At the dingy dock a woman asked us if we could take her to her boat because she locked her dingy but forgot ...

      Bahamas

      A travel blog entry by philmillard on Apr 30, 2013

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... but remote, Long Island is 76 miles long (max 4 miles wide) and has a population of only 3,500 so Clarence town has a population of about 200 and nothing ever happens,

      10/4 It was blowing very strongly (25Kts +) so we decided to stay another day in the safety of the marina and not risk the waves at the reef entrance (getting safety conscious in our middle age) We did very little all day (there was nothing to do!) and went out for a quick drink in the evening

      11/4 ...

      Sailing the Sea of Abaco

      A travel blog entry by mkoplin on Mar 08, 2013

      4 comments, 15 photos

      ... motor! After that, we learned that the best way to do it was just before reaching the sandy beach, kick up the motor and jump out of the dinghy, wading to shore. Better to get our feet wet.

      When we realized it was time to leave Little Harbour, we made it a point to do so at high tide. Then traveled north and anchored out for the night. It was near the ocean outlet, at Sandy Cay. 4-6 rollers all night long. We were thankful we had a catamaran, because if ...

      A day in our life...

      A travel blog entry by ruthandpierce on Jan 18, 2013

      1 photo

      ... very lives.

      We talk together more, about more things. The past. The future. Our hopes, fears (still mostly mine), dreams. And the weather, always still the weather. We discuss in detail, what we're seeing and what we're reading. I laugh now at one of my concerns before we set off on the trip: without the stimulus of our related jobs, I worried that Steve and I would have little to ...

      Gettin' to Green Turtle Cay

      A travel blog entry by dibsonthis on Mar 27, 2011

      6 photos

      ... here are public, but some are impossible to access because of development. Up and down the hills, down dead end roads, around in circles. Poisonwood trees are everywhere. Denny dubs this “lost in the poisonwood forest.” Luckily, all roads seem to lead back to the Green Turtle Club, so getting truly lost is not an option. Lunch is at the “Wrecking Tree.” The restaurant is built around a 200 year ...