I spent my final days in Exuma perusing around my favorite beaches and restaurants. I also took a boat ride to some new, unchartered territory for Sailor Airie. It was just glorious. You can’t fathom the shades of blue unless you’ve actually been here. Crystal clear, sapphire, teal, turquoise, aquamarine, you name it…Exuma has it all. It … Continue reading Final Days of Exploring Exuma
I saw online that a strong storm rolled through Florida and was on its way to the Bahamas so I knew any sort of outdoor activities were out of the question. I also knew that I wanted to be close to town when it arrived so I wasn’t stuck 20 minutes away from food, gas, … Continue reading Perspective
It was another relaxing day for the mom/daughter duo. The highlight was centered around food of course. We drove to the northern point of Great Exuma to a bar and grill called Exuma Point, about 20-30 minutes from Georgetown. Just go north on THE road and you’ll find it. It overlooks a shallow bay area … Continue reading Kayaking to The Cut
Ok fine, TODAY was the perfect day. We beat Thursday by a long shot. I already know that renting a boat is a MUST DO but I was in denial. Note to self: Rent a boat. It is the best and cheapest way to island hop, fish, snorkel, and do whatever the hell you want … Continue reading Cruising around Elizabeth Harbour
Friday was our R&R day on Stocking Island. We watched the first race of the day from Club Peace and Plenty and the Class C boats filled the harbour with their magnificent sails. It almost gives you goosebumps after the cannon fires and you see them working so hard to pull the sails up. Pure … Continue reading Chat N Chillin’
Dare I say that today was the perfect day when it’s only my second full day in the Exumas? We shall see. The goal for this trip was to see and experience places on the island that I have never been to. Check! I did visit Coco Plum beach during my first trip but it … Continue reading Best beach, big hair, even bigger earrings.
I’m baaaaaaaaack. I couldn’t be happier to be back in Exuma and clearly I can’t get enough of this place. In 2013, I fell in love with these islands even after the disastrous weather I experienced for 9 days straight. I gave it another chance and damn am I glad I did. This is now … Continue reading It’s Regatta Time!!!