Monday, March 7, 2011

Georgetown


We spent several days at Georgetown, just in time for the Cruisers’ Regatta. This is fun for some, and annoying to others, and regardless of which category you fall in, you would have been stuck here due to strong winds. We had an extension of our time to say our goodbyes to Bob and Bev, and shared a few cocktails and lunches at St. Francis---yummy mahi-mahi over Caesar Salad every single time. More phone calls from the technological epicenter of Georgetown, the best bargain in the Bahamas. We finally got to experience the Two Turtles Inn, which had been closed for the last three years; we had a decent lunch and free internet. Having received favorable results on my blood test, I was able to welcome Bob’s niece Emily and Bev’s son Brian with a Manhattan aboard Savage Son.

As for the Cruisers’ Regatta: enough already.

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