Boo Boo Hill Blow Hole at Warderick Wells
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.
2.11.17 Left Shroud Cay today for Warderick Wells. Very bumpy ride. N 24*23.191 W 76*37.939
2.12.17 Went over to the island today. Boo Boo Hill and the Blow Hole were awesome! There was a giant sperm whale skeleton on the beach. We went on a nice little hike up to Boo Boo Hill. We left an offering to Neptune on the pile and played over the Blow Hole. Bill and Susan from Corret found us today and anchored nearby. They came over and hung out on our boat for awhile, then we had dinner on their boat.
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