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Eleuthera - An idyllic, relatively unknown paradise

The long, narrow island, 50 miles from Nassau, is a tropical delight, with great eating and adventure, and accommodations in spectacular settings

BY SHELLY GOLDMAN  932 more words

Thank you Eleuthera!

The MSMC Team just wrapped up a great visit to the island of Eleuthera last week. As possibly the longest island in The Bahamas (100 miles?!), we did quite a bit of driving! 698 more words

Community and Mission in Eleuthera

Besides general prayers for family, friends, ministries, and myself, I also keep a list of specific prayer requests for all those groups. Sometimes those prayers are answered immediately, and sometimes I keep praying for years. 899 more words


The Plight of the Bahamian Potcake

Despite how it sounds, potcakes have nothing to do with illicit substances. They’re mixed-breed, indigenous dogs from the Bahamas or the Turks & Caicos islands. 734 more words


Travel 2014

We are in the midst of our first traveling adventure of the year so I think it’s about time I shared our travel plans for 2014. 258 more words

General Travel

First Stop: Eleuthera

I have wanted to visit Eleuthera for the longest time. It was The Bahamas’ first seat of government, before Nassau took over. It is famous for its pink sand beaches. 27 more words


Caribbean Cruise, Part II

Back to the Caribbean. Our first stop was a private island owned by Princess Cruises called Princess Cays. It’s part of Eleuthera in the Bahamas, but looked like a tiny island from what we could see. 236 more words