A belated ode to the week my mom and I recently spent in Eleuthera, Bahamas!
Thanks to generous family friends, we rented this lovely little house at a steal...
...and had beautiful Ten Bay Beach right in our backyard.
It was a wonderful walking beach, and I roamed it back and forth endlessly, one of my favorite things to do.
Huge, washed-up jellyfish!
And amazing sunsets.
Though most of our time was spent relaxing around the house and beach, we also took an afternoon jaunt over to the uber-touristy enclave of Harbour Island.
Very fun to do as the (tourist) locals do and rent a golf cart in which to tool around town.
My favorite part was definitely the pink sand beach.
But the old colonial houses were also fun to see.
Back on Eleuthera we did some other exploring.
A gorgeous, relaxing week. The charmed life continues!!!
Aside from this week in the Bahamas, it's been three months since I got back Stateside and have been tooling around visiting family and friends here. So it must be just about time for another international adventure. I'll be back in less than a month with an update from southern climes...