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... the other with a random old pier. As soon as the line went in fish were hooking on!! Mark was even lucky enough to catch his first barracuda :) Time to head to the airport and fly to Nassau the main Bahamian island. Back at the airport with the one room we got our boarding passes and had to wait on old chairs outside for our plane to come there was no screening process for your bags no metal detectors no security at all actually it was such a strange experience. You have to wait ...
... I’m not sure who was more shocked, but we recovered and stopped and looked at each other before a few flaps of it wings and it gracefully swam away.
16/4 we sailed with the big yellow beastie up the 40 miles down the Exuma chain to Farmers Cay and came through a fierce flowing cut into a beautiful peaceful anchorage.
Where we did more hull cleaning and swam with manta rays
The Exumas are one of the many chains of islands in the Bahamas but many ...
Hopetown is a quaint, laid back town. Roads are only wide enough for golf carts, and an occasional small work truck.
People are very friendly and considerate. If you are out for a walk, you will be asked
if you need a golf cart ride into town by a passing neighbor. Maybe it is from living a life where the
fastest vehicle is going 10 mph. Slow pace, beautiful scenery, simple life.
... tradition continued, and junkanoo has evolved from its simple origins to a formal, more organized parade with sophisticated, intricate costumes, themed music, and incentive prizes.
After the celebrations we left Geen Turtle Cay and vistied some islands to the north: a settlement on "the mainland" (the big island of Abaco) and and two other small ...
... My idea was that we start a “Keep the Bahamas’ Beaches Beautiful” program. This would give us a reason to return and encourage others to do the same. Gather family and friends, everyone pick a beach to clean up. Nice thought, but not reality right now. The recycling programs that we read about were never started. I feel like I am committing a sin every time I throw away a “recyclable” item. We are thankful we are not in ...