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Bounty Island Day 2

After my stroll along the beach in the fresh morning air I’ve arrived at the wifi spot to reflect on yesterday’s adventures.

Greeted by the sun and her glistening rays across the ocean, there’s no escape from the fact we’re in paradise. 680 more words

Daily Photo - July 26, 2016

Sea life at the Bita Bay Reef – Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, Bahamas.

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Green Turtle Cay

Rain

I’m sitting at home, listening to the rain.  Very glad that it started after we took over 300 books to Savers as a donation!  Some of us weren’t smart enough to know that the libraries would be closed today.  435 more words

Hanauma Bay

A good problem to have

Today the problem appeared to be rain…it rained on me on the way, but amazingly stopped on the Hanauma Bay road.  I thought: It’s All Good! 565 more words

Hanauma Bay

Palmiers saved me...

I got up so early and swam so long (almost 3 hours!), that I was ravenously hungry after swimming.  Unfortunately, I had told myself that I would shop for some groceries today, because I didn’t want to get out in the day-before-Christmas crowds. 304 more words

One octopus for my birthday!

Well, being as I am now just 2 years from a possible retirement, and it is my birthday, of course I wanted to celebrate by seeing an octopus.  245 more words

Hanauma Bay

Snorkling Amateurs

Yesterday Mary and I went snorkeling off the beach on Elbow Cay, near Hopetown, Abaco.   We crossed up through the cholera cemetery to a hillside stairs that led down to one of those idyllic beaches you see in post cards, where the sand, finely ground coral, sparkles white and nearly pink and feels soft and pillowy under your feet.   634 more words

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