Island Wedding Crashers

There is something about the heat and fecundity of the tropics that makes the natural world supernatural. Unexpected downpours become providential punishments; languid hillsides become mocking observers. In literature, it’s called magical realism. On my Caribbean rock, it’s called real … Continue reading

10 Tips for Driving the Bahamian Way

With one main road and nary a stoplight for 110 miles, driving on Eleuthera can feel like taking a leisurely Sunday outing through the countryside. Or it can be amusing, befuddling, comical, confusing, frustrating, and even dangerous. All at once. … Continue reading