Trip to Delphi Club continued, November 28, 2017

I still haven’t gotten this Word Press Editing down yet, so the actual day just might be many parts long! I’ll have to,study some you tube tutorials on how to save and edit.

Our flight was only 45 minutes on a small plane. We were only 15 passengers, so everyone had to sit in rows 4 and up. Here is my view to the front. It had started to sprinkle a little in FLL, and Steve said the forecast was for rain. Of course our rain jackets were in our luggage, and we were likely going to get wet upon landing as these small planes don’t have jet bridges. I remember on one of our trips we met a couple who had a business of building and maintaining the jet bridges. I am sure they were zillionaires! Our meeting was short, so they are not in my Rolodex.

The Bahamas is comprised of of several hundred islands of which thirty are inhabited. Here is a view of jet boat trails in The Marls, an area of shallow flats made up of silty eroded limestone. After landing we went through immigration and bag inspections. All our big bags were examined, I made a comment about being happy that any sexy lingerie was well hidden. Unfortunately no one was amused but myself. But what else is new?

Delphi Club is located about twenty five miles south of Marsh Harbour. Located above a gorgeous beach, with no other lodging nearby, it’s a fisherman’s oasis, and so elegantly appointed that the non fishing spouse is happy also. Here is a beautiful picture from the management. Would you like to see our room? Well come on in!

We we’re assigned Room 4. A beautiful room where we have stayed several times before. There are eight rooms total, some with king beds like ours, others with two queen beds.

Here is a view out our window of the rain. No fishing for Steve today, he will be out on the water tomorrow. Dinner was delicious as always. For our pre dinner snackies we had crostini with something yummy on them, and then toasted pita chips with a spinach and artichoke dip. At the table we were served Tuna Tataki for our first course. Steve and I both had the Parrotfish with Polenta and asparagus spears. Dessert was a delicious white chocolate pannacotta with raspberry sauce. We end our night with a beautiful view of the club.

Author: lindalant

Lover of luxury travel. My husband and I are retired and are traveling meeting people and having excellent adventures. is my blog site.

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