The Calm Before the Storm (That Never Was)

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I want to share with you some breathtaking views that I captured at Goodman’s Bay in Western Nassau. It was early September, the day before Hurricane Irma was supposed to hit, and there were not as many people using the beach as an outdoor gym or cool out spot.┬áThe sand was sparsely dotted with a few brave souls who were either relaxing or finishing up their final workout sessions.

As I waited for my son’s training session to end, I considered how Irma, which was already barrelling through the Caribbean and ravaging everything in her path, would probably change the landscape forever once she made landfall in Nassau. In the rapidly fading light I quickly snapped four shots which I hoped would preserve, at least digitally, the serenity of Goodman’s Bay on that evening.

Luckily Irma decided to spare Nassau, and the Bay remains unchanged. Hopefully you too will get to enjoy one of these magical sunsets when you come this. PuraVida ­čÖé

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Paradise Island Bridge, Bahamas

Since today is a public holiday in the Bahamas (Labor Day), I decided to take my workout to the Paradise Island (PI) Bridge. There are actually two bridges connecting PI to the mainland, New Providence (Nassau), and provide another great way to stay in shape if you’re in the Bahamas.

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Perks include the beautiful view, especially when you get to the  very top. On your walk/ jog you will see the Atlantis hotel, tourists coming and going by boat or ship and the Atlantic Ocean. Continue reading