After settling in, we went to shore for dinner. Rollezz Resort has cottages to rent. But we have heard wonderful things about the owner wanting to make cruisers feel welcome. We heard about this place 3 years ago when we were last here, but didn’t go to shore.
About 5:30, we went to shore and beached our dinghy by 2 other dinghies. Those couples were just leaving, but I think we talked to them for a bout a half hour. They were headed to Eleuthera, so we gave them all kinds of info to enjoy their time.
At the resort restaurant, there was outdoor seating, but no one around. We went inside the building and found a person to talk to about dinner. They serve everyone at 7:30 and wondered what we would like. There wasn’t a menu, so we asked what they had. They had grouper, snapper, cracked conk and lobster served with salad and sides. We chose the grouper and snapper, not knowing any prices. But it was eat here or go back to the boat.
The room had a cooler with beer, sodas, and waters. There were liquor bottles and wine on a side table. In the center there was a table with a tablet. You signed in, helped yourself, and kept a tally of what you had to drink, an honor system.
|these sculptures were done locally using dead coral|
|these guys kept Dave occupied while I visited with a friend on the phone|
|our boat is to the left of the sunset|
On the way back to the boat, about 9:30, we noticed the anchor light wasn’t working. We were both sure we had turned it on. Maybe it was damaged by lightning this past week. We have a spare bulb, so Dave will climb the mast to change it when we have good weather.