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Long Island

Long Island is 76 miles long and 4 miles wide at its widest point.

Thompson's Bay Anchorage

Blue Hole at Turtle Cove

This is said to be the deepest blue hole in the world.

Blue Hole at Turtle Cove

Turtle Cove is on the east coast of Long Island.

Blue Hole at Turtle Cove

Ruins of Old Spanish Church near Salt Pond

Ruins of Old Spanish Church near Salt Pond

Ruins of Old Spanish Church near Salt Pond

St Athanatius Church, Deadmans Cay

St Athanatius Church, Deadmans Cay

St Peter and Paul Catholic Church

Designed and built by Father Jerome.

Cave at Salt Pond

There are many extensive cave systems in the limestone rock of Long Island.

Cave at Salt Pond

Cave at Salt Pond

Cave at Salt Pond

Cave at Salt Pond

Little Harbour

Situated on the east coast of Long Island, Little Harbour offers protection from almost all winds.

Lunch in Clarence Town

With Paul and Leanne from Otra Mundo

The old salt ponds south of Clarence Town

Salt used to be a major export for Long Island.

Stella Maris Resort

Coffee stop with Paul and Leanne.

Stella Maris cave

Used for evening entertainment and barbecues.

Stella Maris cave

Cape Santa Maria

This was supposedly named after one of Columbus' ships that went aground on the reef here.

Cape Santa Maria

Cape Santa Maria

With Paul and Leanne.

Cape Santa Maria

The Columbus monument.

Cape Santa Maria

Inscription on Columbus monument.

Cape Santa Maria

The road to Cape Santa Maria

Cave at Thompson's Bay

Cave at Thompson's Bay

Thompson's Bay

Happy Hour at Thompson's Bay

Sunset at Thompson's Bay

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