On Monday we left Guana Cay early in the morning and I awoke around 8am to the rumble of the engine behind my bedroom wall. Around 8 am and we were ready to raise our anchor and head to Man-o-war key about 10 miles away. So it was a short trip. The motoring was beautiful and the water clear as you could see the bottom the whole way.
When we got to Man-o-war the entrance was crazy narrow with just a few feet of clearance between the reefs on either side of our boat. After we hooked onto a morning ball we headed into town to go explore.
|Here is the narrow entrance into Man-O-War Cay.|
We walked to the grocery store and got some ice cream and whoppers. By the way don't buy the whoppers here they were really stale and tasted like dish soap!
After the grocery store we walked around and the town here is super quiet. A little gray and white dog started following us around it was so cute. It did belong to someone and it had a collar but the collar didn't have any name on it so Sam named him Nico and fell in love with him.
|Mommy took a picture with us and Nico. You can see him right next to Sam.|
Nico followed us to the beach which was right next to a baseball field after that we looked around to Albury’s sail shop which had really cool bags. Four ladies sit at their old fashion sewing machines and make bags all day. I got a small tote bag that was green and fits everything inside even my computer plus it had rainbow straps so it was perfect.
|Here is the picture of the Sail Shop. It has been open for over 60 years.|
|Lots to choose from!|
|Here are the ladies hard at work!|
|My rainbow bag!|