Video Valentine: Norman’s Cay, Bahamas

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With no heart-shaped boxes of chocolate to exchange on Valentine’s Day this year, we decided to make our own valentine in Norman’s Cay by exploring our surroundings and taking our GoPro camera out for a little joyride.

Happy Valentine’s Day from Turf to Surf.

Normans Cay Bahamas Turf to Surf from Tasha Hacker (Turf to Surf) on Vimeo.

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  • Mid-Life Cruising! February 18, 2013, 12:23 pm

    Nice video … love the plane wreck! The water is so incredibly clear … I’d give up the chocolates any day for this!

  • Carol Market February 18, 2013, 6:39 pm

    A good and pretty exciting read: ” Turning the Tide”
    still available at Amazon – sorry gave my copy away

    • Tasha February 19, 2013, 11:49 pm

      Ooh! That sounds like a good Kindle book to download! I’m checking it out right now…

  • Drena February 18, 2013, 7:17 pm

    hi! me again 🙂 thanks for the explanation about the cruisers permit. loved the video, did you really run out of gas!? my bigger question, as i meticulously track your journey south, what are you basing your stops on? like, how are you choosing your stops and how are you choosing your duration of time in each spot? there seems like there are so many choices and so many routes, i was wondering the method to your madness! thanks tasha, be well 🙂

    • Tasha February 19, 2013, 11:48 pm

      Hey Drena! Yes, we did run out of gas…LOL.
      As for what we base our stops on, it’s a combination of how much we like a place, how antsy we are to get somewhere else, the weather, and if there are any events going on. For example, we’re talking now about rushing out of Staniel Cay to get to Georgetown for the Cruisers Regatta because Ryan really wants to be there for it and the weather is going to be bad from Thursday onward, so if we want to move, we need to do it soon. We loved Norman’s Cay and so we decided to stay there another day, and we headed to Warderick Wells when the weather got bad because they have a protected harbor there. However, we didn’t really like Warderick Wells, so rather than stay longer, as soon as the weather cleared up, we booked it out of there to get to Staniel because we’re itching for a place to run, socialize, etc. It just fits our mood at this moment…so to answer your question about a method to our madness, there’s really more madness than method 🙂

  • FatCatAnna February 23, 2013, 9:03 pm

    LOL – love your comment of “there’s really more madness than method”. Chip off the old block – now is it due to having a Limey on board that makes you feel this way. I know my DH says that due to my heritage 0f Benny Hill and Monty Python’s Flying Circus (I was “forced” to watch these as a youngster) – that I have a slightly deranged outlook on “what to do today”.

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