We took a kayak across to visit although the water is so shallow you really could walk across. The trail along the coast/beachline is scattered with old shells of all kinds...it is very rural inside the island but unfortunately, because it is often visited, there are signs of debris where others have partied and picnicked. It would be a treat if the island were better cared for and humans didn't litter. I did come back with a few "treasures" of shells to adorn our table in our room.
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