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  1. Liz {What Dress Code?}

    I love that you guys went the cottage route and bought a lot of food in advance — definitely makes doing this sort of impromptu trip on a budget seem totally doable. Your photos are gorgeous, too!

  2. Jessica Zimlich

    Looks like an amazing time! The photos you took are amazing – can’t wait for the follow-up posts.

  3. Samiyah

    Hi Meg,

    I’m glad you enjoyed it. I’m from The Bahamas and my Dad actually just moved to Guana Key from Nassau. I visited for the first time (Guana Key that is), I lived in Nassau, now I live in Los Angeles. I loved Grabbers oh those are strong drinks aren’t they! If you do visit The Bahamas again you should try Bimini my favorite of the islands then Harbour Island where the pink sand beach is.

  4. Alison Kothmann

    Meg, I just started working with Victoria on my blog and was researching others as part of my hw. Love your post on Bahamas. I have gone 2x now to the outer islands and yes with a little planning its totally doable! My favorite spot on earth is a little crescent shaped caye just of of Staniel Caye in The Bahamas. A little south of where you guys were. I think we made it to Bitter Guana Caye one day but can’t remember. It’s all beautiful and definitely a treasure! I am so glad that you got to experience it!

    Best! Alison

  5. Kirby Brooks Todd

    Such gorgeous photos! I spent the weekend in Cabo but these photos have me dreaming of ANOTHER beach vacay!

  6. Nancy McDaniel

    And in the last morning, I am sure before the sun was up, Meg and Johonna cleaned the entire cottage. THAT supposed to be my job. YOU supposed to be on vacay…. Actually I was terrified to meet Meg, as she looks so perfecto…. And turns out, she is the most down to earth gal ever! It was great to have you on the island. Please come back! Nancy The Caretaker Sea Coral Cottage

  7. Megan // F Yeah!

    I’m the type of traveler who doesn’t like to revisit a place twice. I went to the Bahamas (Nassau) on my honeymoon so it hasn’t been on my trip radar…until now! Guana Cay looks so insanely quaint and perfect. I may have to give the Bahamas another go!

  8. Bahamas Tour Center

    You’re pictures are gorgeous. You really captured the essence and the colors of the Bahamas. Thank you for sharing your journey!

  9. Catherine

    Can you tell me how you got to Guana Cay? Did you fly into Nassau and then get a hopper flight there? It looks fantastic and would love to go!

  10. mary boyle

    Meg,
    I enjoyed reading your blog about Guana. I have a new, green, modern house on Guana. Newheightsbahamas.com. Love to hear from you. Mary

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