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Eleuthera vs Exuma

As I depart the island of Eleuthera, I can’t help but ponder its similarities as well as its differences to the Exumas. Like with any “love affair”, whether it be the make of car, a brand of clothes, a relationship, or an island in this case, it’s incredibly hard to keep an open mind about the “new” person, place, or thing. 1,250 more words

Eleuthera Escapades: Day 4

Our last full day arrived all too quickly. The last day is never one to look forward to when vacationing. Well, ideally. This is where I start to cram as much as possible so as to not miss any opportunities for fun. 1,825 more words

Eleuthera Escapades: Day 3

Whew! Yesterday was a smokefest with all the driving and exploring. As it turned out, today was a bit less driving but just as much exploring. 1,785 more words

Eleuthera Escapades: Day 2 Cont'd

So the 10 year-old kindly escorted us across the street to said bar. Local Bahamian men were on the front porch playing dominoes. There’s just something so wonderful about witnessing authentic island life. 2,258 more words

Eleuthera Escapades: Day 2

More about Pineapple Fields for those interested. The hotel was recommended to me by a yachtie I once met in Exuma. It also seemed to be the safest bet and centrally located on the island. 1,518 more words

Eleuthera Escapades: Day 1 cont'd

First and foremost, THANK YOU for your comments so far! You are too kind. It’s humbling to know that you’re enjoying this blog and I’m thrilled (and shocked) you can make it through at least one paragraph of my grammatically incorrect writing and aren’t too offended by the occasional foul language or opinionated comments. 1,336 more words

Eleuthera Escapades: Day 1

Let’s be real…I’m no travel blogger. I’m simply recording my experiences and thoughts for those who might be interested in visiting the same nooks and crannies of the world that I do as well as feeding information into a log so when my dementia is at its zenith at 80, I can read about all of the incredible places I’ve been, interesting people I’ve met, and delightful food I’ve eaten. 791 more words