Last days on this beautiful island.
TARDIS will be moving in the next 24 hours and will not have internet access for awhile. Today the biggest cold front of the season is moving through, and there was just a gust over 30 at the back of the boat. Not sure what it was at the top of the mast but certainly higher. Luckily no squalls passed over the mooring field during the night as forecast.
We've spent more time exploring and found the homes above right on the edge of New Plymouth overlooking the Sea of Abaco. We also found this beautiful 'bigger than a house' fan palm.
One day we ventured into the "Loyalist" garden in the middle of town and read about the history of the immigration of those who opposed the revolutionary war. Many people here today carry the same last names and still are merchants in the area.
There is interesting vegetation and funny sayings everywhere you go.
ROOSTERS and CHICKENS EVERYWHERE! They crow night and day and were particularly confused during the Blood Moon Eclipse.
But you must watch out...
On a small island, views of the harbor abound, and Charlie just loves taking photos of them, especially ones with TARDIS in them.
And on rainy days, which are rather rare, Eileen bakes. YUM!