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. The 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 🙂
A while back I showed you some beach views of Eastern Nassau. This post has views of the same area but I did it in the form of a video instead. It was an unbelievably hot day and there was nothing to do but sit on the beach in the shade a tree and feel the refreshing breeze on my face. Just give yourself an hour or two out here and you’ll forget that the rest of the world even exists. Try it!
The video was recorded on the drive back from Yamacraw beach and heading along Eastern Road. You will get little peeks of Nassau’s Eastern coast as well as glimpse the beautiful houses that line the shore. Could the beat in the background be any more perfect? Enjoy!
A little over two weeks ago pictures showing a waterspout near the Lynden Pindling International Airport in Nassau emerged on social media. It had everyone talking excitedly about the “tornado” that was about to hit the capital, but being ever sceptical I dismissed it as nothing (maybe it wasn’t even a current photo), until my friend confirmed that it had actually been on the news. Anyway, the waterspout dissipated and everything quickly returned to normal. It was not to be that way for too long…