By Diana Doyle
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Our first stop after the crossing from the Abacos was Spanish wells. We tied up to a very industrial looking dock (concrete, rusting bolts sticking out, generally evil looking to my topsides) and I hopped off and went looking for the attendant. Sure enough the reason it looked like a fishing boat pier is because it was. The fuel dock was the next one over. After re-docking we got to pay $4.37 a gallon for diesel. God only knows how much it was for the two gallons of gasoline we got for the dingy. It’s a purely fishing town that hasn’t become touristy yet which was a nice change after spending weeks in the Abacos. We were able to buy lobster off a pier from a nice man named Roy. I’ve always wanted to buy seafood off a dock!