We are on a mooring ball at the Exuma Cays, Land & Sea Park in Warderick Wells, Cay Bahamas. The island is extremely beautiful and only has a handful of people who live here. This is the first land and sea park in the world and covers 176 square miles. The snorkeling is fantastic and I saw the biggest lobster I have ever seen. It was approximately 10 inches in diameter and 2 feet long. The park is a no-take zone by both land and sea - nothing living or dead, can be removed from the park. There are these little birds called bananaquit (little yellow birds) that fly into your boat and will sit on your hands. They are really friendly, but now we don't want them to fly into our boat and "poop" on stuff. They also have a beautiful song! There are four miles of marked trails and we have hiked about 3 of them. It has been very warm here...80's during the day and high 60's at night. The humidity is also very high and you should see my hair!!! We are leaving tomorrow and will sail to Staniel Cay (approximately 20 miles South) where there is more action going on. Deserted islands are great for awhile, but eventually get old. There is no where on this island to dispose of your trash so we have to keep it in larplege black trash bags until we get to a larger island. I have also learned how to catch and clean conch. It's like a HUGE snail that lives in big sea shells. It's a major operation to remove it and you have to grab it by it's claw and pull it out. You would love to operate Kim! They really taste good! I have made a traditional Bahamian Conch Salad, Conch pizza with homemade dough, rice with tomotoes and conch.....it's really good! We are hoping to catch lobsters and fish once we leave the park with our new pole spear. Life is GOOD!!!!