Exuma Land & Sea Park
We headed north and stopped at Warderick Wells which is the headquarters for Exuma Land & Sea Park. The park itself consists of many islands along the Exuma chain. It is a protected area where fishing, hunting and taking of anything is prohibited. It is a wonderful place to snorkel.
|R Kalliste' on a mooring ball in Waderick Wells|
|If you look closely you can see a small bird that has landed on my finger - looking for a treat|
|This skeleton of a sperm whale can be seen from the mooring field - Plastic garbage killed this magnificent 52ft whale|
Boo Boo Hill
|View of the mooring field from the top of Boo Boo Hill|
|It is a tradition and considered good luck to find a piece of drift wood in your travels, carve or write your boat name on it and place it as an offering at top Boo Boo Hill|
|We place R Kalliste amongst those that have gone before us|
|Paul finding the perfect spot|
|The views are amazing and we take a few minutes to rest and enjoy|
|Can't get enough of these views|
|Our friends on Rovenkind - Fred, Patricia and Lucy|
|Just trying to get a Wi-Fi signal|
Continuing our journey we headed north-east with Fred and Patricia to Eleuthera. We decided it was time to do a little fishing and as a joke we radioed Fred & Patricia to advise them that we would be serving fish for dinner tonight. Not long after we radioed them again and told them to take a look trough their binoculars.....
|Yep...that's a Mahi-Mahi|
|The proud fisherman|
At Eleuthera we visited an in land ocean hole. Extremely deep and full of fish!
|Ocean hole at Rock Sound Harbour at Eleuthera|