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Hi.

Welcome to my blog! I am an island girl born and raised in The Bahamas who is fiercely passionate and in totally love with all things nautical. While home is always where the heart will be, I am enamored with the world around me and will not stop until I've explored every inch of it...one beach at a time. 

Baths of Queens

Baths of Queens

Dramatic, crashing waves wash over natural rock formations and fill tide pools with salty, warm ocean water. These are the Queen’s Baths, located on the Northern side of the Glass window Bridge. The pools are a short hike from the Queen's Highway but the walk is not for the faint of heart. Rugged and steep, the path to the bath can be a bit daunting for some, however, they can be the perfect cure for those who find themselves lulled into inactivity by the stillness of the island. 

Known locally as “moon pools”, the natural rock formations fill up with water from the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean and are warmed up by the sun. This creates the perfect bath like temperature for soaking. 

When the sea is calm and the tides are low, the sun heated bath pools are the ideal midday baths. 

 

Eleuthera: The Isle of Freedom

Eleuthera: The Isle of Freedom

Silent Silos

Silent Silos