Making the best of the day
25 March 2019 | Black Point, Great Guana, Exumas
We were in the right place for this windy and cloudy day. I had wanted our last day to be fun in the sun but we would have to make the best of the hand we were dealt.
We planned to have a final meal together at Lorraines Cafe. I had bragged on the salad, onion rings on cracked lobster wrap and wanted to share that delicious meal with Robin. Yet again we were going to have to make the best of the hand we were dealt as the mail boat had not been in and there was no salad, no onion rings, no conch fritters.....but there was cracked lobster wraps, pink sands and fries, so we were set.
When lunch was finished we took a walk to the grocery store and I was excited to find fresh broccoli, brown sugar and quick oats. The lady who ran the store laughed as I opened her refrigerator and told her it looked like mine, ...... empty. She told us the boat was to be in either Monday or Tuesday and she hoped to have a full refrigerator then. Happy with my purchases, we head back towards the dock to return to the anchorage.
Robin and I take time to appreciate the color around us with the beautiful flowers and also the signage along the way. Greg and Barry walk ahead and while no one likes a good time to end we knew it was coming and agreed to see each other again tomorrow before our departure. It has been a great week or so and we are excited to hear about Crossroads continued exploration of the Bahamas.