Lately, I’ve been experiencing, somewhat, fairly productive days. I’ve been editing tons of photos, updating the gallery, keeping up with blog posts and a laundry list of other things.Read More
Truthfully, while traversing the island I felt as if I was in Eleuthera or Long Island. It is a long island much like both Eleuthera and Long Island.Read More
There’s a tucked away little gem in South Long Island. It’s called Galloway Landing.
Finding this gem is pretty easy. There’s a dirt road when heading south out of Clarence Town on your right. Take that road and follow it until you see the beach.Read More
Any loss of life is saddening for me. I cry at funerals when I see family members crying over their loved one's death even if I don't know them.Read More
I'll just get straight to the point. Here are 5 reasons to visit Turnbull in Long Island:Read More
Can you keep a secret? I’m about to tell you something that most people don’t know. If I told you there’s an even prettier beach than Dean’s Blue Hole Beach and is also home to a lesser known blue hole? Would you believe me?
In the fledgling days of The Bahamas, shipping was very important for the islands. In fact, shipping continues to be a major link between the islands even well after in the introduction of aircraft.Read More
Andros alone has, at least, 200 of them. However, that’s not the only place where you find blue holes in The Bahamas. They’re dotted across almost of the islands. Some of them are found inland and are home to both fresh & saltwater while others are found in the ocean.
Before the arrival of the Europeans, The Islands of The Bahamas and Turks & Caicos Islands were inhabited by a peaceful and beautiful people called The Lucayans. The aboriginal people of The Bahamas spoke Arawak and the Arawakan name for what is now Long Island was Yuma.Read More