|Al and George enjoying the Bahamian beer, Kaliks.|
|At the park enjoying the shade.|
|The man-made harbor at "Not Finished"|
|You can see why we wanted to walk this beach, just gorgeous!|
|These are the most colorful starfish.|
|Such a view!|
|Enjoying one of there many rum drinks!|
|Would not one to climb this tree!|
|Joann enjoying the park.|
|Sunrise departure out of Royal Island.|
|Sturgeron affects or just a lazy sail?|
|The Jib Room marina and pool.|
|This doesn't look bad, but notice how the palms are blowing! It was blowing 18knots|
We also looked out on the Sea of Abaco to be thankful that we are in a safe harbor. We could not believe that people were snorkeling at Mermaid Reef, but when you are a tourist and only there for a week, they snorkel in all kinds of conditions!
By the end of our walk we realized we walked for 3 hours. Now some of that time was spent in a few shops but not much. We also came across this sign along the road. Their must be some comics in their roads department!
|Hope Town lighthouse.|
|The cute streets of Hope Town.|
|949 miles to Harrisburg, the closest town to Lancaster we found.|
Meanwhile, George and Joann saw a mooring come available and got it for the week. They live on their boat so they are not as in a big hurry as us. Our visas run out next Wednesday too, so we thought we would take this next weather window to cross.
So we said our goodbyes and moved onto to Great Guana Cay the following morning. After lunch on the boat, we walked to the famous Nippers Bar/Restaurant where about a week ago they had the Barefoot Man Concert. We missed getting there by a day!
|Al on the deck at Nippers. He is in electric yellow!|
|All the various decks at Nippers.|
It is a fun, several level bar with a beautiful ocean view, and pool area for the use of its patrons. While sitting around the pool, our friends on Escape Velocity came up from snorkeling off the beach.
|The empty pool at Nippers.|
|High and dry. It took some dragging!|
We were leaving in the morning to go to Great Sail Cay and cross Saturday into Easter Sunday. Hope to be in Vero Beach by lunch time if all goes as planned.