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... drives on the left side of the road. The Bahamians do not turn their headlights on at night until they absolutely have to. Drinking and driving is the norm. Riding in the back of trucks is the norm. The Queen's Highway, which runs from one end of the island to the other, is narrow, shouldered by trees and well paved. Every other road is comprised of limestone potholes, jagged rocks and bits of aged pavement. Speed bumps and ...
... crossed south of latitude N23*30', the Tropic of Cancer, officially entering the “tropics.”
We arrived at Thompson Bay, which surrounds the settlement of Salt Pond, by mid morning on the 17th, after a short motor in light winds. There were only three other cruising boats present. Talking later to the amiable and helpful proprietors of Long Island Breeze establishment, Mike and Jackie, we learned ...
... and even caught one on his own.
We found the most beautiful, deserted beach, Fords, and visited it twice. The second time we were greeted with a rainbow. Both times we were the only ones there.
We drove to the northern tip of the island one day and stopped in to see one of the 2 quiet resorts on the island, Cape Santa Maria. We met the Canadian owner of the property and strolled on the awesome beach that is rated as one of the top ten ...
... the majority of the day exploring by dinghy, in search of a shipwreck Pete Ver Ploeg had mentioned. They were pretty excited to do a bit of pirating, but, alas, it could not be found. It sounded like a fun day exploring though, with some of the swell coming in, I think the dinghy ride was a bit exhausting in the end. I spent the day aboard Hejira experimenting with the solar shower before having some necessary solo downtime. ...
... These ships, for the most part, are Haitian-made and were left on the shore upon arrival and arrest of illegal immigration from Haiti to the Bahamas. The boats range in size and style but they are one-of-a-kind creations that will leave you in admiration.
If you are looking more physical activity, the island is great for hiking. The Christopher Columbus monument sets on top of one of the highest points of Long Island. ...