Monday, February 13, 2017

January 21, 2017 Rock Sound East

We moved the boat back to the east side of the sound and close to town.  It is only about 3 miles from the southern area where we were anchored.  We took the bicycles to shore for grocery shopping.  Wow, that trip was a lot easier.  We paid $10.29 for a gallon of milk, the highest yet.  Otherwise we thought the prices were pretty average for the Bahamas. 

On the way back to the boat, we decided to stop at a “take away” for lunch.  These are little stands with outdoor seating that serve food.  We had jerk pork and festival.  We visited with the chef.  He is originally from Jamaica, but grew up in the Bahamas.  Damion grilled the meat and used wood chips to smoke the meat.  And he makes his own sauce.  The festival was a sweet fried bread.  We’ve never heard it called that before.  We had to take half of each of our  meals home as leftovers.  We ate more of it for supper, but still have enough for a light meal. 

beautiful reflection of the sunset on the church

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