Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Great Guana Cay

Leaving the community of Black Point, we headed for a solitary anchorage and went off to explore the beach. Like everywhere else in the Bahamas, the land is limestone; sharp, brittle, and miserable to walk on. Although the experts consistently report it is only limestone, the rock appears to be the product of some horrendous and catastrophic volcanic event.

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