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Bonefish have been given their name due to the numerous, tiny bones that are contained within their bodies. As a result of these, they are very difficult to eat and are caught mainly for sport. Bonefishing (as the pastime is called) is a catch-and-release sport popular in Florida and the Bahamas. Those that engage in it enjoy the skill required to lure this cautious creature in, and the fight that it puts… Read More

The third biggest island in the Bahamas is called Great Inagua. The island lies around 60 miles from the tip of Cuba and is one of the biggest producers of sea salt. Great Inagua is also the home of Lake Windsor, which takes up nearly a quarter of the island. With a population of just under one thousand people, this is definitely a vacation destination your neighbor probably won’t have visited. The… Read More