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Eleuthera to Cat Island

We spent nearly a week at Rock Sound, Eleuthera and except for the first day and a half that we were there, we were boat-bound by a cold front and strong westerly winds. 622 more words

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Central Eleuthera West Coast

A day of calm wind and another with wind out of the north-northeast gave us an opportunity to explore the central Eleuthera coast. We traveled along the rugged shoreline, intrigued by the caves in the rocks. 326 more words

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Hiking Levy's Preserve

The 25-acre Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve is part of the Bahamas National Trust (the Bahamian park system) that was established to serve as an educational center and research facility for the propagation of native Bahamian plants. 582 more words

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Abaco to Eleuthera

The first half of January we spent in the Abaco.   We left Green Turtle Cay on January 5th and with Marlene at the helm, we transited the Whale Cay Cut. 404 more words

2014/2015 Season

Happy New Year!

How is it already 2015?

Some of you might remember that when I started this blog last January 2014, I was very ambitious and was going to post 365 photos (one photo every day) involving two of my favorite things: food and drink. 503 more words


Rays, Remoras and Red-Tipped Sea Goddesses

Today was not a great day for diving, but the surface entertainment helped make up for it. We started on the same reef as the night dive last night. 458 more words


Snorkelling begins

Great first few days in the Bahamas. Seen lots of awesome fish and corals snorkelling in the mornings and experienced both seagrass and mangrove ecosystems. Also had a go at catching some green turtles. 100 more words