We were given a tip from a sweet lady at Bailey's Seafood to turn left on the island for a more secluded and remote experience of the island and she was right. There were quiet shaded benches to finish our sandwiches, bird watch and talk to some local fishermen. Further on past the fort was a wonderful post to stop and stroll, stick your toes in the white sand and feel the breeze on your face. Set up a chair and pretend you own the place.
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