The only problem (well, if you can call it that) with extended travel to remote, tropical places, you find it difficult to write and upload blog posts. I posted the last few with my cell phone, but even finding adequate cell coverage in the Bahamas can be a challenge. Many nights saw me standing at the highest spot on my boat, holding my iPhone up as high as I could to obtain any bars.
We are now back in the wonderful marina at Great Harbour Cay, which has wonderful wifi, especially when they are not full, and there are no large boats to hog the bandwidth. I figured it was time to get caught up on all we have been doing since Eleuthera.
Rainbow Cay turned out to be a breath of fresh air for us. What is not to love? Picturesque photo opportunities, nice local people we met. I love any opportunity to pull out my nice professional Canon camera in order to capture images like this one. Keep in mind this image has not been altered in any ways, the colors are truly this vivid:
Above image shows we were the only boat here the entire stay. You could swim ashore, snorkel off the beach and rock points.
There is a well maintained beach where we met the local Rainbow Cay Association President, Ron, and his wife, Sue. We struck up a conversation, and this kind couple offered to show us their slice of paradise. The sightseeing tour also included a trip to the local grocery store for provisions. By the time we were done, I was ready to move there and buy a place. It is that stunning!
Our time at Rainbow Cay was magical. Here is an interesting picture, a sunset, moonlight image of Rainbow Cay from the boat: