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Famous spots at Staniel Cay

Our next stop was Staniel Cay on the Exumas which is the name of a district of the Bahamas with 360 islands. They begin with the island of Georgetown and end 35 miles south of Nassau. Staniel Cay is one of the most popular places at the Bahamas. You have got the Thunderball Grotto and…
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Small dinosaurs ;o)

Around the corner of Great Guana Cay was located Bitter Guana Cay where we were supposed to see iguanas. The iguanas are endangered and found only on the Bahamas. They were quite confiding and approached us very close. We weren't sure how close they would come that's why we took a step backwards ;o)
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Great Guana Cay

At Great Guyana Cay (5th March) we stopped for provisioning and washing our clothes. The laundry had an own dinghy dock! For the kids it was exciting to meet so many people in the washing room and to rummage in old books some sailors left in a book shelve. On our whole journey we hadn’t…
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Do you want to meet a mermaid?

The next destination was Rudder Cut Cay where you can find "The Musician". It is a life-sized sculpture of a mermaid waiting near the bench of a piano for someone playing her a tune. The spot is placed near the private island of the magician David Copperfied. The stainless steel sculpture is hidden about 3…
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