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Australian Chloe McCardel finishes marathon swim between 2 islands in Bahamas

Last week, Chloe McCardel, a 29-year old Australian ultra-marathon swimmer, became the first person to swim 128km unassisted in open water under Marathon Swimmers Federation international rules. 228 more words

Sports

128km swim

Not me obviously, but a record-breaking Australian woman, Chloe McCardle, has broken the record for the longest ‘unassisted’ swim – she swam from the island of Eleuthera to Nassau in the Bahamas. 81 more words

Swimming

Dreamy: Dusk on Eluethera

I promise I won’t use the Weekly Photo Challenge prompt for every Eleuthera post.  But the theme this week, Dreamy, was simply too tempting.  The images below are of the beach behind our rental home, … 46 more words

General Travel

Have Found Paradise- Come at Once!

Many people look at the island with a prejudiced eye and grumble “How can I stand a week on this rock?” But at their last glance, instead of feeling confined, there is the resolution: “Some day I’m coming back.” Here, a rich tapestry of island history surrounds you. 455 more words

Signs of Eleuthera

Back in late July, my family and I spent a lazy week in Eleuthera, a beautiful and relatively undeveloped island belonging to the Bahamas archipelago.  It’s a long (110 miles) and skinny island that’s bordered by pink sand beaches and the azure Atlantic on the east and the turquoise and mint-colored waters of the Great Bahama Bank on the west.  88 more words

General Travel

Private Training - The Exumas, 01.14

Hylas 63 Training Summary

Starting in Eleuthera, we mostly trained during a 3-week cruise in the Exuma chain. It gets you farther south, but still has access to Nassau for flights, etc. 391 more words

Training

Adventure Day: Bahamas Out Islands Adventures (Eleuthera)

WOW! This was hands down the best day of our trip. We booked an Adventure Tour with Out Islands Adventures and it was the best decision made all trip. 754 more words

Travel