posted June 14th
As we posted last time, Governor’s Harbour Primary School takes the prize for the best-organised school: they remembered our appointment, set us up with a TV & DVD player & had everything ready & in place when we arrived! At the opposite end of the scale, the high school below didn’t have anything organised & so we just ended up speaking for 15 minutes to one class–still a good program though!
Here are some other photos from our 2 weeks in Eleuthera.
As it rained a lot during our stay, we came across a Bahamian ‘tradition’ that we hadn’t seen before: little country roads with lots of parked cars….the drivers & passengers close by chasing land crabs! Apparently, the crabs’ homes get flooded when there are heavy rains & so they’re out & about & much easier to catch. ‘Crabbing’ as it’s called, is much enjoyed by all! Some crabs are taken home & eaten straightaway while others are sold by the side of the road or from pick up trucks to passers by.
We stay in all kinds of different places but a kind lady in Current, (north Eleuthera) kindly let us stay in the church mission house. Here we are nearby having lunch…..anyone interested in joining us in the Bahamas??