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Florals for Summer

Hope you’ve been having a good day so far! Can’t believe it’s already Wednesday. Time is just flying by lately. I wanted to share with you all this cute floral dress I had gotten a couple years ago. 163 more words


Perspective from a Hill

On my mission trip to Eluethera this past spring, the biggest surprise for me was how hilly it was. On this narrow island, I was expecting flat beaches and wooded areas, with small towns on level ground. 713 more words


Interlude III: Eleuthera, Came and Went

My last weekend in The Bahamas flew by, not in Abaco but in Eleuthera. After a week of interviews, trips up and down Abaco’s length, overheard conversations, writing, and fine dining in the name of ethnography, I flew out under a thunderstorm on a six-person plane from Marsh Harbor to North Eleuthera, a green swath of forest, farm and hills. 1,560 more words

Dream Travel Ideas

The Caribbean, where should I begin? We all at some point in the year sit and daydream of lounging on a hammock, spreading our toes in the sand or tasting all sorts of food and fruit that we can’t eat at home. 696 more words


My Favorite Quiet Beaches

On Saturday, I went to Rockaway to get my beach time for the week. As much as I love being by the ocean, I’ll admit that I was feeling a little weary of crowds. 591 more words


The 'Malice in Pinderland' tradegy.

I lived in North Eleuthera for almost 10 years. I went there to raise fish using a floating-cage fish farming technique. It was to be a first for the Bahamas, and I had the government’s full support and the financial backing of several prominent Bahamian business men who saw the profit potential of the venture. 343 more words