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My Island Culinary Comfort Blanket

My Island Culinary Comfort Blanket

    Me: Can we have an Amstel and a vodka Diet Coke, please. Server: You want a menu? Me: Nah, thanks, we already know what we want.   Pick your beverage of choice and this will be a conversation familiar to so many of us who have lived on small islands...

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BYOI: Bring Your Own Inflatable

BYOI: Bring Your Own Inflatable

Before moving to The Bahamas, I thought that inflatables were either rings or mats, and only to be used in a pool. I’ve since seen the light. Inflatables are an essential part of island life.     As a family, we like to spend our downtime going to quiet...

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Two Types of Island Girls

Two Types of Island Girls

While we know we women are each as unique as a snowflake (or grain of sand, since we're talking island life here), socially, I've noticed there are two main types of island girls you see most often on a rock: the Fashionable Islander and the more Bohemian Islander. On...

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The Love/Hate Relationship with an Island Vehicle

The Love/Hate Relationship with an Island Vehicle

Transport can be a challenge living on a Rock. On our island, there’s no public transport and only ‘bush mechanics’ to fix your vehicle when it goes wrong. A truck is great because you can throw all your island toys in the back, from bikes to paddleboards. Our truck is both an essential part of our life here, and the bane of our life.

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