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Posted by:Aug 31st 2005, 07:54:10 pm
MaddieI too grew up going to Harbour Island as did my son who is now 29. Add fishing and snorkeling to the list of activities.
Posted by:Aug 31st 2005, 03:28:01 pm
NorinI know nothing about Turtle's Nest, but I can tell I began going to Harbour Island when I was 10, my children (19 & 21) have not missed a year. We always have found plenty to do, and we do not have access to TV or movies. Give your boys a box and have them catch a lizard, build and dig on the beach, play checkers, take some watercolors and cards, read books togther: let THEIR creativity entertain themselves and it will be the best vacation they will ever have!
Posted by:Aug 28th 2005, 11:45:28 pm
NellieMy family is planning a vacation for early February, I want to go to Eleuthera, but my hubby is afraid there's not enough for our sons, ages 6 and 9, to do there. What are some activities, other than the obvious snorkling and beach play, that are unique to Eleuthera. Also, has anyone stayed at a place called Turtle's Nest? If so, is it nice? Thanks in advance.

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