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Portland

Lush green forests surround this bustling city shadowed by a snow capped mountain. In October I got the chance to visit and was very, very surprised by how much I loved the city. Great food, friendly people and interesting sights.... Continue Reading →

Bimini

There are some 700 islands and cays in The Bahamian archipelago. Many of them are small, abandoned and covered in lush greed vegetation. These cays and islands are surrounded by crystal clear turquoise waters. Bimini is one of the inhabited... Continue Reading →

Nassau

The city of Nassau is vast in its history, having once served as a pirate republic, a haven for thieves, murderers and outcasts in the 1700s. Today it is the hub of hundreds of cruise ship passengers in search of... Continue Reading →

Inagua

I landed on Inagua shortly after noon on November 21 and was met with clear skies and a light but welcomed breeze. Inagua is the southernmost island in the Bahamian archipelago and is known as the land of salt, for... Continue Reading →

Abaco

During my final hours on Abaco, I was met with a beautiful sunset of cascading colors and wonder. Abaco is one of those islands in The Bahamas that screams mystery and wonder. Located in the north eastern Bahamas, the island,... Continue Reading →

New York

  Immortal, infiniteĀ and grand. This is New York.  

Exuma

From a sleepy cat to an electric blue beach, this is Exuma.

Path to paradise

  Views from Long Island, Cat Island, Crooked Island and Acklins.

Suzy’s final night

Some weeks ago Stephen, Dr. Nicolette Bethel, Erin Knowles and some hardworking and dedicated actors and I wrapped up work on Everyone You Love Will Dead. It was an evening of two one act plays, The Melancholy of Suzanna Turnquest... Continue Reading →

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