Our flight from Miami to North Eleuthera was both fascinating and slightly harrowing. Though short, there were at least five minutes when I was convinced that I was going to toss my cookies. Luckily, the aforementioned did not occur and we landed safely.
When I gazed out the window, this was the incredible sight that greeted me. Below, you will see the Bahamian island of Bimini from above.
Though immediately admonished as pictures are not allowed, below is the *giant* North Eleuthera International Airport (what you cannot see is that immediately to the left were some plucky chickens and roosters loudly speaking their mind).
After riding the short water taxi to Harbor Island, we immediately found our way to the closest bar, which happened to be at our absolutely amazing hotel. Rum Runners and Kaliks were the drinks of choice for the table. Cheers!
Transportation is largely by foot or golf cart as Harbor Island is only 3 miles long. When you go, allow yourself to get lost in the old colonial feel of the island and wander aimlessly, you are sure to stumble upon incredible beauty and heartwarming sights.