Earlier this week, we boarded a ferry to travel along the challenging Devil’s Backbone sea route to visit Harbour Island in Northern Eleuthra. The goal? To see the beautiful pink sand beaches along the Atlantic shore.
The sands were indeed a faint pink color. I did take a close up image of the sands to show you why they appear pink- due to the red coral grains of sand mixed in. Of course, I brought back some sand for my collection. Once home, I plan to create a display of all the various places we have been by their sand.
To get around Harbour Island, we rented a golf cart. As we toured around, we were not impressed by Harbour Island, called Dunmore Town, at all. We found it to be rather dirty, run down, trash everywhere, and way overpriced compared to other places in the Bahamas we have visited. …
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