FOOD: Sip Sip – Harbour Island

Sip Sip named after the Bahamian slang for gossip; sits high up on a dune above Harbour Island’s famous pink sand beach. You can’t miss the beautiful bright green building with dark blue...

Pompey Memorial & Ruins – Great Exuma

The Pompey Memorial & Ruins is just as beautiful as it is historic. The Pompey Memorial  & Ruins stand on a seaside cliff, this is where the slaves set off toward Nassau. They hoped to escape...

The Salt Beacon – Little Exuma

Near Williamstown up on a cliff is The Salt Beacon, A tuscan styled column built in the 1900’s  that functioned as a un-lit guide for ships to the salt port. Because Exuma is so flat it was per...

5 Reasons You Should Visit Haynes Library

Haynes Library is a quaint and charming public library overlooking the harbour and cupids cay. The Library is also a historical landmark, Originally built in 1897 the library was saved from being wrec...

Post Hurricane Matthew Tips

Now that hurricane Matthew has passed and left a wake of destruction throughout multiple islands in The Bahamas & Caribbean many people are left without electricity, water and other essential item...

Hurricane Matthew – How to Prepare

Hurricane Matthew is heading straight for the entire island chain and is expected to bring heavy rain and strong winds. Just one year after Hurricane Joaquin’s landing in The Bahamas, we are now f...

HAPPY 1 YEAR BLOGIVERSARY !

Yay! It’s my blogiversary! Girl With Her Views is 1 year old!   Today I am taking a little break from adventuring to tell all of you “Thank You!”. When I started girlwithherview...

Bucket List Experience: Scuba Certification

Getting my Scuba certification has long been on my bucket list, But I’ve kept on letting life get in the way. This summer I was determined to learn how to Scuba dive. I love being in the water, ...

The Glass Window Bridge

The Glass Window bridge, located in North Eleuthera was once a natural rock arch. It has been replaced by a man made bridge due to repeated damage from hurricanes and natural erosion. It is a beautifu...

The Queen’s Bath | Eleuthera

The Queen’s Bath are natural rock pools on the rugged Atlantic side of Eleuthera. Carved out from years of waves crashing into the limestone cliffs. The pools fill with seawater at high tide and...