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Too Much Rain? Follow Maggie Wilson Who Flew To The Beautiful Bahamas For Her Tan And Beach Fix!

Maggie Wilson vows she is going to travel the world and it looks like she is making headway in the past weeks as she lands on destination number 33 on her bucketlist: Eleuthera, Bahamas. And the self-confessed beach bum lets us experience and see the beautiful Bahamas in her equally beautiful photos shared on social media.

Eleuthera is a single island in the Bahamas, and comes from the Greek word “eleutheros,” which means “free.” Really, free is something you’d feel and experience once you explore the beaches and waters of Eleuthera, which are vast, pristine, and crystal clear.

 

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Freedom to explore is one of the greatest blessings that this generation has, and Maggie takes this opportunity to discover the depths of the Eleuthera Sea. One of the uncommon attractions in Bahamas that Maggie was able to see was the Smuggler’s Plane Wreck off Norman’s Cay, which is essentially a sunk ship of drug smuggler Carlos Lehder, who rose to fame in the Bahamas in 1978. Now, the ship has lost all of its dark past and what’s left is a beautiful ecosystem of soft and stony corals and other reef organisms.

 

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Another must-see in the Bahamas is the natural atlantic side pools in Eleuthera called the Queen’s Bath. The Queen’s Bath could be enjoyed during low to medium tide. And it is not advised to visit the pools during high tide because the seas could be quite rough. Maggie was fortunate to visit the Queen’s Bath during a very calm morning.

 

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Hello from the Queen’s Baths in Eleuthera, BAHAMAS! ???? #bahamas #eleuthera

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And really, the Bahamas is the perfect place for Maggie to live the bikini and island girl life she so loves, with its chill vibe and lifestyle.

 

 

 

At the end of Maggie’s trip, before she heads to her destination number 34, she leaves Eleuthera bringing not only beautiful sceneries and breathtaking experiences; she leaves with a deeper connection with the universe and appreciation of what life has given her.

Maggie posts this photo of her running in the expansive banks of Eleuthera and admits her trip to the island has gotten her a little existential about life. She shares, “We are but a speck in this big big world and when we leave this world the dent that we will make will be minuscule in comparison. Make it count. Don’t just live to work, to exist. LIVE to experience new things, take risks, see what’s out there. LIVE to learn! Some of us are born lucky and some aren’t. But if you’re able, LIVE to inspire at least ONE person. Value and appreciate the simple luxuries you have. Something as simple as having a choice. Because for some people, their circumstances, the life that they were given, makes it difficult to have one.”

 

 

I found myself in tears last night over dinner because I was both grateful and sad about what I had learnt on this trip. We are but a speck in this big big world and when we leave this world the dent that we will make will be minuscule in comparison. Make it count. Don’t just live to work, to exist. LIVE to experience new things, take risks, see what’s out there. LIVE to learn! Some of us are born lucky and some aren’t. But if you’re able, LIVE to inspire at least ONE person. Value and appreciate the simple luxuries you have. Something as simple as having a choice. Because for some people, their circumstances, the life that they were given, makes it difficult to have one. This trip has been an eye opener and I can’t wait to write all about it on my website. ?? #bahamas #eleuthera

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Catch more of Maggie’s beach trips with Marc Nelson on Beached, every Tuesdays and Saturdays on Metro Channel, channel 52 on Sky Cable and channel 174 on HD.