“This is by far the best hotel in Bimini unless you want cookie cutter places. Must do: Shark Tank!! Please remember you are on”
We did the Living Social Deal that offered the Baleria shuttle leaving Miami Friday morning staying at BBC and returning Sunday evening.
The boat ride over was the "vomit comet". North winds made it so rough
it was horrible! Many, many people got sick. Finally arrived and it took
another 40 minutes to get our bags and get off the boat.
Arrived at the Big Game Club and was met with cool AC, friendly staff,
and complementary punch. Once we got our room (101) which was clean,
big, and the patio was right off the pool and tiki bar.
aware of the restaurant. Patience is needed (all around the island). We
call it Bimini Time. The portions are HUGE. You can easily share a meal
(I had the seafood sampler $19 and it was good) and there is 18% ALWAYS
added on food and drinks.
A MUST:::: The Shark Tank was
FANTASTIC!! Words cannot describe this. We had 6 sharks inches from our faces. Amazing smaller fish, a barracuda, and a
big stingray (briefly) were also there.
I will be back here for
sure!! Staff was friendly, helpful, and honest. Rooms were big, clean,
and welcoming. The pool was clean and well kept and there were a few
hammocks in the shade.
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Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Joe Saba's Floridian White Shark Problem?
|Credit Joe Saba|
That's the caption to this remarkable image on Facebook today and yes that's a big white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) apparently cruising around in Florida waters.
Is this a problem?
Not really for us sharky folks this is way cool, in fact a chance of a lifetime to be cageless with a wonderful shark species like this in pristine water conditions.
Not like this video encounter a few years ago again in Florida waters at 170' feet. Spooky would best describe this chance deep water encounter. We love our whites but we also love our white sharks in clear water conditions when we have the advantage - somewhat;)
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