We went to Inauga in January 2013. I was there in December 1967 and knew something about what to expect. After 45 years, there were fewer people, therefore there were fewer amenities, such as restaurants and supplies. But the Airport and Hospital has been greatly improved. We booked our stay at Enricas for 7 nights. After some thought I was afraid that might be longer than we would want to stay, but at the end of 8 days we knew any less time would have not been enough time to really enjoy the Island and all the really nice people we met. Everyone went out of their way to speak and wave to us. We were fortunate to meet Basil, the owner of Enricas and two of his brothers, all really great people. Our room was very nice and well maintained, and Beverly (the manager) saw to our every needs, including making arrangements for us to go on our tour to the Morton Salt Co., wild Donkey's and the Flamingo's, which was such a good time, something everyone should see.
We have been home less than 2 months and already talking about going back.
- Also Known As:
- Walkine`s Guest House Hotel Great Inagua Island
- Walkine's Guest House Great Inagua Island, Bahamas