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Bahamas Chapter 5: A Hole, a Cave, a Mermaid,oh, and Laundry

Black Point, Great Guana Cay

After swimming with the pigs at Staniel Cay, our next stop south was Black Point.  The plan for our stop at this island was to wash clothes at the clean & affordable laundry mat.  353 more words

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National Art Gallery of the Bahamas presents “Writers EN MAS’: Essay Competition”

The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas presents Writers EN MAS’ Essay Competition for children from primary school through high school in The Bahamas. The deadline for submissions is June 2, 2016. 508 more words

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Cost to Cruise Bahamas - April 2016

After our failures to land fish (we hooked them but did not successfully get them onto the boat), we invested in a gaff.  We are hoping that this gets a lot of use once we leave Georgetown to start heading south on the deeper water. 142 more words

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The Only Wedding Where I Almost Cried

My brother doesn’t half-ass anything so when he got married this April, he did it in the Bahamas.  He’s my baby brother; I had to go.   1,107 more words

An Open Letter to the Countries I Have Loved

Dear Peru,

You were the first. You are the place where this all started. Six weeks in Cusco was not enough to even begin to take in the bright and vibrant traditions combined with the muted reality of everyday. 792 more words

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Guanahani

I recently had the opportunity to visit San Salvador a few weeks ago. It’s one of those rare opportunities where I was set loose with my little Nikon D3300. 6 more words

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