🇧🇸Green Turtle Cay
Summer Savings at Green Turtle Club, The Bahamas
Summer can't get here soon enough this year, especially if it brings with it more summer savings like the ones currently available at The Green Turtle Club.
Tropic of Cancer Beach – Nothing Compares to These Shores
Tropic of Cancer Beach is the longest beach on Little Exuma and it's blessed with white sand and water that has to be seen to be believed.
Mingling With The Locals On Pig Beach, Exuma
One of the more aptly-named beaches anywhere, Pig Beach is also easily among the most uncommon. This is home to the famous swimming pigs of Big Major Cay.
Sandpiper Inn, Abaco, The Bahamas: Uncommon Envy
The Abaco Islands often star in my dreams about returning to The Bahamas. Lately, those dreams have centered on South Abaco and the Sandpiper Inn.
🇧🇸Deep Water Cay
Deep Water Cay View With A Room
This was my view at Deep Water Cay, a private island playground sitting in the shadow of McClean's Town at the far eastern edge of Grand Bahama Island.
The Joy of Solitude Among The Shallows in Exuma, The Bahamas
The joys of solitude are easily found among the 360+ islets, cays, and rocks that comprise the Exuma chain of The Bahamas.
The Black Point Regatta — The Beauty, The Fun, and Especially The Ugly
A few years ago, I was lucky enough to catch much of the beauty and fun to be had at the Black Point Regatta. One thing I missed, and now desperately want to experience is perhaps the most uncommon aspect of the event: the ugly. Specifically, the "world famous" Ugly Man Contest.
Shark Swimming In The Bahamas
Between the two of us, I think that Patrick and I would both agree that I am the more risk-averse. Even so, I've found myself fascinated lately with the prospect of living the reasonably thrilling experience of swimming with nurse sharks in The Bahamas.
Grand Isle Resort & Spa, Great Exuma: View With A Room
Morning coffee or tea, some fresh fruit, and a bagel on the balcony of my supremely spacious, 2,600 square-foot penthouse villa, the highest elevation along Emerald Bay in Great Exuma, proved an inspiring way to start the day. There was only one problem...