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Ginormous rosemary bush

The Rosemary Rendezvous: A Tale of Electromagnetic Quirks and Abandoned Properties

In our adventure to the remote Bahamian island of Manjack Cay, we discovered an abandoned, eco-friendly retreat. This once thriving homestead, abandoned by a tech-phobic owner, now stands as a quirky testament to nature’s resilience, highlighted by a towering rosemary bush amidst the ruins. This escapade offered us laughter, a hint of mystery, and a lifetime supply of herbs, proving the most unforgettable stories often emerge from the world’s secluded nooks.

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Entrance to the Art Trail

Soggy Adventures and Soap Operas: Surviving Manjack Cay’s Art Trail

After a blissful night at Manjack Cay North 1 (a slice of paradise, only if you play your cards right), we sailed over to Manjack South 1, doing the nautical shuffle waiting for the tide to rise so we could go into Green Turtle Cay. Enter Jeff, who, in a moment of questionable judgment, passed…

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Sunset Spears and Seafood: A Valentine’s Day Adventure Catching Lionfish and Lobster in the Bahamas

Our Valentine’s Day escapade starts not with roses and chocolates, but with a buddy boating adventure through the infamous Whale Cay Passage, and dropping anchor with new friends at the picturesque Man-O-War Cay. Picture us, a band of snack-deprived sailors, alighting upon the island’s town with dreams of feasting, only to find the marketplace as…

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Crossing the Gulf Stream: Our 14-Hour Odyssey from Florida to the Bahamas

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Twilight Tumult: Navigating Alarms and Jams Offshore at Sunset

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