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 t...

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 ...

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 w...

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 Hurrican...

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 “...

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 It has been replaced by a man made bridge due to repeated damage fro...

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 cli...