Sunday, March 24, 2019

March 10, 2019 Tahiti Beach on Elbow Cay

I took the dinghy back into Hopetown this morning for church.  The priest from March Harbor comes over on the ferry about 12:30.  Truman, a local parishioner, sets up everything for mass in the park.  There were about 12 people in attendance.  It’s always a nice service. 

We had lunch back at the boat.  I heated Dave’s grill bread with olive oil and spices and the left over chicken.  Then we had all the vegetables and tzatziki sauce to have chicken gyro sandwiches.  It took us a couple days before we were ready to eat all that garlic again. 

We moved the boat only about 2.5 miles south and anchored off Tahiti Beach on Elbow Cay.  We took the dinghy to the beach and enjoyed the nice afternoon.  We saw a tiki hut boat anchored off the beach selling drinks.  It even smelled like they were frying food.  We didn’t anchor near it because of the grease smell.  But also because of the people standing in the water with their drinks.  There weren’t any bathroom facilities in the area, so you can guess why they were standing in the water. 

on the shallow side of the sand bar. our dingy is behind Alice


at the end of the sand bar

deeper side where dinghies are anchored
We were beat after spending a day in the sun.  Grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup were great comfort food to end the day.

No comments:

Post a Comment