Now THIS is what we signed up for!
You know what northerners imagine the Bahamas might look like? We found one of those spots. We had read in the guidebooks about a place on Shroud Cay called Camp Driftwood, only accessible via a long and narrow mangrove-lined river. Yesterday morning, we packed our dinghy with a picnic lunch and just after low tide (not great timing on our behalf), we set out to find this place.
We saw this guy shortly after setting out.
The first beach we visited.
Rebecca requires that I am in at least a couple of the pics.
Heading into the river.
This island, and several of the ones south of here, are part of Exuma Park.
We had to navigate around several sandbars in the river.
This included walking the dinghy through portions of it.
We have arrived at the Exuma Sound side of the island.
A view of the river we took to get here.
Playing in the surf.
This guy was pretty bold, looking for handouts. He found none.
Rebecca just “had” to do a workout while here…
…before she went swimming.
ZTC Rocks! Get it? 😉