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    We lived on Andros Island in the Bahamas for a year. the West coast of is virtually untouched but difficult to get too. The east coast is just off the tongue of the ocean (wonderful diving) and has remote beaches that are endless and often have trees (usually Andros Yellow pine) nearby. it is fairly difficult to get too as the beaches are inside the reef,( which is unbelievable.) but in a carefully guided boat with good maps you can be alone on a 5 mile beach at a lot of places. toward the N end, SaddleBback cays come to mind,and the islet Calabash, just off the inlet to Stafford creek (salt). Dozens of little islets dot the coast inside the reef that are eminently hammackable!! gnome

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    I'm keeping an eye on this thread for sure. This would be a trip to remember

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    I have been to almost every cruise port in the world. When you have an idea on what area you want to go, PM me because there is a really good chance I've been to that beach before.

    Fronkey

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    All the islands I've been to in the Bahamas were hang friendly-tree wise. My vote would have to be the Cayman islands for a trip to beach bum it and live in a hammock for a week!
    I like refried beans. That's why I wanna try fried beans, because maybe they're just as good and we're just wasting time. You don't have to fry them again after all.

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