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... in the Bahamas: Crossed the Tropic of Cancer several times. Snorkelled, snorkelled, and snorkelled some more. Got up close and personal with hundreds of tropical fish including a barracuda and a stingray. Swam in the Blue Hole, the deepest one in the world. Watched conch being pulled from the ocean and then watched our conch salad being prepared (it is amazing). Eaten lots of lobster, coconut, and papaya. Experienced a variety ...
... as well as a gathering place with cold beers. Being “early,” we practically had the whole place to ourselves. Not early, everyone else was too late...
We spent three nights in the Salt Pond anchorage, completing our laundry and some internet chores and taking a pleasant hike in calm weather over to the Atlantic coast beach to go snorkeling (although the conditions proved too rough for more than a waist deep ...
... beaches in the world.
We took the little Suzuki Swift down a wicked road to the Christopher Columbus monument and snorkeled in the cove there. Later we walked out to the flats and where Len tried some fishing.
We visited Deans Blue Hole, which is the world's deepest known blue hole with seawater. It plunges 202 metres (663 ft).
We ate conch salad and drank Kalik beer at Maxs Conch Bar.
We attended Muttonfest in ...
... is not recommended in George Town Harbour after so many years of boats dumping their black and gray water overboard, along with who knows how many chemicals. Of course, it has finally gotten to the temperatures where, if we aren't showering on the regular, we pretty much require a daily dip to cool off and, well, de-stink. Having fresh water washed hair was nice, but I'm not entirely convinced the hassle of the solar shower is worth it.
... 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. ...
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