Saturday, August 18, 2007

Sea Slug while Diving at Small Hope on Andros Island, Bahamas

Brittany (Small Hope Bay Dive Master) holds up a Sea Slug to show guests. This big guy was found on the Barge during one of our afternoon dives. The picture was taken by Nick Goddard, another Small Hope Dive Master. He has just started a new hobby, underwater photography. Not a bad picture if I say so myself.
*No Sea Slugs were harmed in the making of this Blog :-)
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Small Hope Gets a Little Greener

Our Nursery is up and running. We just received a delivery of Boston and Kimberly Queen Ferns, as well as some Bleeding Heart's and Jasmine plants. Franko, our new gardener, is doing a great job maintaining the grounds around Small Hope Bay. Just have a look for yourself in the picture above; we have decorated the patios of the cabins with some of the Kimberly Queen ferns.
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Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Children at the Lodge

These coral-rock cairns were made by several of our young guests at low tide and can be seen throughout the day standing proud out of the water.

These same children are enjoying the wonder of one of our hammocks, having discovered its ability to double as a spinning swing!

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Relaxing Times on the patio at Small Hope

The beach-side patio occupied by returning guests, off-site friends, and others relaxing in the warm breeze after lunch.
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