Bambarra Beach was the last point of visit in our day trip through North and Middle Caicos. I have loved so much the story, saying that in 1842 a ship with slaves, bount to Cuba, was distroyed in stormy conditions but its cargo of 193 Africans - captured to be sold as scaves, miraculosly survied, that I wanted badly to see this place. They say that the 193 Africans were originally from Bambarra - a large African trib from the areas that today belongs to Mali and Ivory Coast.
By getting there you'll be rewarded with a sea of a thousand shades and nuances of blue, warm soft sand, cool shade from casuarina trees and funny Tiki huts. By the way, I have enjoyed much the easy driving through the sleepy village of Bamberra.
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