In my humble opinion yes! Just a quick 20 minute flight on Southern Air on Friday morning at 7am took us into Governor’s Harbour at 7.30am.
It was a perfect day, the sky was crisp blue and due to our generous rainy season this year, the greens were vibrant. The best part of the landscape was the glass calm water.
|Driving south to Tarpum Bay|
Eleuthera is the ideal balance of escaping the hustle and bustle of city life, but where there is still enough going on that when you do want to socialize and have some fun, there is lots to be had. There are quite a few restaurants, settlements and beaches to explore. And nothing is that far away – we landed in Governor’s and drove down to Tarpum bay within 40 minutes. It took me longer to get through town in
when I returned! Nassau
Being there, I thought to myself, I could live here. Property is still very affordable in the central parts of Eleuthera such as
|Cool Brease - Lots starting at $17,500|
|View of the Barn|
After meeting with our surveyor and our road contractor on site in
, we headed back up North. My close friend is also going to be starting trail riding along the beach and the barn and house is under construction so we stopped in to say hello, see the progress and admire the breathtaking views from the cottage. Tarpum Bay
Just across the street from their property is Tippy’s restaurant which serves excellent food and has a great ambiance. The Beach House Restaurant is also close by along with the Bank’s Road Deli who make fresh bread daily and scrumptious sandwiches. The main town of
’s Harbour has everything you need. The best part is everyone has a smile and will know your name after a couple of days. Governor
We headed to the airport with sandwiches to go, Southern Air’s plane was there and departed early and by 12.30pm we were back on the ground at
. Not a bad morning at the office! Nassau Airport
|Beach at Tippy's|