Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Man-O-War Cay

Papaya is growing in a tree like this
- did't know it but learnt it in Man-O-War
Quiet streets of Man-O-War
- not very touristic,
more permanent residental homes
Xmas tree in Joe's Studio gift shop
Nice road leading to the beach
Dock & Dine opened at the marina in 2008
- Man-O-War is so called dry island
meaning no alcoholic beverages are sold there
- not even in the restaurants
Had lunch at Dock & Dine
- conch fritters, cole slaw, french fries,
diet coke...
- perfect!
View from Dock&Dine
Man-O-War has been the centre for boat building
and repair for many years.
- nowadays the boats are made of fiberglass
Man-O-War harbour

Went also to Marsh Harbour to do some
grocery shopping at Maxwell's
before hitting back to Elbow Cay
Oh, the tide is really low back
at White Sound, Elbow Cay!
Steve's private dock in White Sound
Not wondering any more why
people are putting their boats up
- the tides are pretty heavy here!

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