When traveling to Eleuthera I suggest renting a car and a house! There are many houses for rent at reasonable rates! The island is very safe and beautiful to explore!!! We stayed for 2 weeks and still didn’t get to see do and eat everything!!! There is a islander there Misty Claridge who is the President of TLC Eleuthera who can help you with all your traveling and exploring needs! She can do it all! She can grocery shop for you…..give you a full itinerary of what to do and where to go! She can also help in finding you your perfect Hideaway on this amazing Island!!!! Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org!!!
Who can resist a good neighbourhood bakery? I for one can’t, especially when it comes to the Governor’s Harbour Bakery. Their motto is ‘We do it the traditional way’ and it really shows. It’s located on a side street a couple of blocks behind Burrows…and if you can’t find it, just ask anyone on the street and they will happily point you in the right direction. The bakery doesn’t look like much from the outside, but don’t let this stop you…what they produce on the inside is amazing!!! One bite of their coconut danish, generously topped with sweet glazed fresh shredded coconut and dusted with a hint of cinnamon….incredible…oh and they’re only $2, a sweet deal for the generous size that they are (makes for a nice breakfast on the beach). If you prefer savory over sweet, they also have delicious meat patties – chicken, conch or beef – with a slight curry flavour and a hint of spice. At only $1.75 for the beef patties ($2 for chicken), it makes eating on the cheap in Eleuthera an easy thing to do. (A patty and a Kalik make for a nice light lunch on the beach…my kind of picnic!) You can find other goodies there, such as breakfast sandwiches (ham and egg, ham and cheese, etc.), cinnamon buns, croissants, breads, hamburger buns, as well as cakes and pies (order pies for next day pick-up – flavours like key lime, lemon meringue, coconut, coconut cream and pineapple – $15).