Guana Cay is just the next cay up from Man O’ War. It is due North when leaving Marsh Harbor. We’ve visited Guana a couple of times. It’s complexion is completely different to any of the other Keys we’ve been to.
Guana is a ve Continue reading ...!
Getting to the Bahamas requires crossing the Gulf Stream. For most people, the task is either intimidating or completely routine. The difference comes from understanding conditions one’s likely to encounter in the stream. The stream can be a ra Continue reading ...!
I think most people have heard of Portuguese Man ‘o War jellyfish — and are terrified of the stings they can deliver. I believe very few people, on the other hand, have encountered one.
Portuguese Man o’ War Jelly Fish are pretty co Continue reading ...!
Man O’ War Cay is one of the three “must visit” destinations in the Abacos. It’s a curious community of very closely related people, about 70% of whom are named Albury. I’ve been told that until relatively recently, thes Continue reading ...!
As mentioned previously, Lisa in an avid catcher of critters. One of her recent finds was an odd looking crab. It was shaped like a bun, or dinner roll, more or less when it had it’s claws folded in.
This little guy looked like he’d bee Continue reading ...!
The Lighthouse at Hopetown is one of the towns more noticeable features. It was built in 1862, has an elevation of 120 feet, and a 23 mile visibility. It’s one of three remaining manual lighthouses. Rather than being electric as most lighthouse Continue reading ...!
Getting from Little Harbor to Hopetown makes one feel like one is in a children’s story.
The route from Little Harbor to Hopetown. Note that the lighter the color of the water the shallower (around 2 ft) it is.
First you leave the Bight of Old Continue reading ...!