Have you ever seen a visual representation of something that’s so perfect no words are necessary to explain it? If you haven’t, you’re about to.

I saw a tweet from @VisitTheBahamas a couple days ago and it was a link to a video about Eleuthera. The video began playing and it instantly sucked me in. The music is perfect, the video shots are creative and attractive and it captures the vibe of the Bahamian out island better than anything I’ve seen.

It was made by a girl called Ragoon Girl. I don’t know much about her, but her skills and shooting and editing video are amazing. I think I’m going to ask for lessons! Here’s what her bio on tumblr read says…

All I want to do is float around in beautiful turquoise waters and melt into warm pink sand. And when I can’t, it drives me to eat and drink. Food and wine are wonderful things. But life at the beach is better. This blog is about my favourite things: travel, food & wine. I wish I was made of money so I could have more of my favourite things.

Sounds like a Castaway to me. Enough talk, here are a couple of her videos that will no doubt grab at your island heart.

Eleuthera, Bahamas

What do you think? An Eleuthera vacation just jumped on your radar didn’t it? Yeah, me too.

Have you been to Eleuthera, what is your take on the island?


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By |2016-12-31T11:58:01-05:00April 27th, 2012|Eluethra, The Bahamas|2 Comments

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  1. JIsurfer August 21, 2013 at 1:00 pm

    Went here with the wife back in mid July, it was amazing. It’s sparsely populated, so we had lots of beautiful beaches to ourselves. I’ve been to several islands in the Caribbean, as well as Hawaii, the water here was the bluest and clearest I’ve ever seen. Rum was cheaper than beer and the food was ultra cheap at the local hole in the walls. People were overly friendly. The best way to describe the island in one word, would be “raw”. Definitely going back sometime soon.

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    RumShopRyan August 21, 2013 at 7:01 pm

    Thanks for telling your story JIsurfer, there’s nothing quite like the Outer Islands of the Bahamas. Pure paradise. Cheers!

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