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Lynyard Cay to Little Harbor, Bahamas

22 April 2024


Anita’s friend had said their was a beach on Lynyard Cay just covered in Sea Glass so we took our empty baggies and high hopes. The dingy beach is on one side and then a short trek over to the other side of the island presented a beach not at all covered in sea glass. But I did find lots of my favorite kinds of tiny conch shells with some flecks of sea glass.
We moved from Lynyard Cay over to Little Harbor on Great Abaco Island and got a mooring ball just outside Pete’s Pub. The pub is reputed to be famous and really the only thing here other than private homes. The Pub also has an art gallery we quickly walked through. The store had nice but very expensive things so I settled for a t-shirt.
The bar area is outside and covered in t-shirts people have written messages on. I had sauteed lobster and shrimp tacos with another Diet Coke.
Phil and I took the dingy to try to snorkel but when I did a test I saw no fish at all we were went back to the boat to return to Pete’s Pub. We had to pay $35 for our stay on the mooring ball and we capitalized on the trip but getting a rum punch and piece of turtle pie. We saw the storm coming in from the pub.
A short while later we were watching it pour rain from the safety of the boat.
Anita spoiled us for dinner again with some wonderful spaghetti.
The view off the boat was gorgeous tonight.

Posted by ErinDriver 16:20 Archived in Bahamas

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