We love Black Point, Exumas so much of all the places we’ve see so far that we’ve dubbed it our official Bahamian “Home Away From Home”.
The people are wonderful, there is a grocery store, restaurants, laundry facility, and showers. Everything is laid back, and things move a bit more slowly here… even slower than most parts of the Bahamas, if you can believe it.read more
Bitter Guana Cay is right around the corner from Staniel Cay, there’s wild iguanas that live on the island and it is a secluded and interesting place. It was only a 1-day stop for us, but we certainly enjoyed the experience.read more
Staniel Cay is just great. The cell service is good, they have food, fuel, water, groceries, and just about anything else you could need. It’s a neat island, and the people are just wonderful. Plus, they have Thunderball Grotto – that’s the cool cave that was used in one of the James Bond films. Then we sail to Big Major’s Spot to see the famous swimming pigs.read more
Our little Endeavour 32 sailboat has brought us to the island of Compass Cay where we’ll swim with sharks.
…blood-thirsty Great White sharks.read more
What do Jack Sparrow, Edward Scissorhands, and Sweeney Todd all have in common?
Well, they were all victims to Tambi’s trespassing.
But first, let me tell you about Rocky Dundas…
We knew about Rocky Dundas long before we moved out of our house and began our search for the sailboat.read more
Warderick Wells is a great place! It’s inside the Exumas Land & Sea Park – so that means no spearfishing, no trash disposal, no food, no fuel, no water, etc… BUT it does mean that the wildlife and natural scenery is about as raw and untouched as possible.
In this video, we explore the island of Warderick Wells. There are bones of sperm whales, there’s a blow hole, and there’s a hill with a pile of drift wood on it.
Tambi LOVES the blow hole. It really is cool. It think we were there around low tide because the hole was blowing only air – no water. That’s my amateur analysis anyways, as I have very little experience with blow holes.
Oh yeah! We also add our little piece of driftwood to the pile at the top of the hill. Apparently it’s some sort of ritualistic thing that’s supposed to give you good luck. I don’t know about all that “luck” stuff – but it is cool to have our contribution added to the pile.read more