Have you been to The Bahamas?
I was just in beautiful Nassau. And there’s no description for those waters other than ‘exquisite.’
In fact, it’s hard to take your eyes off of the stunning array of blues and greens, while you breathe in the ocean scents – you never want to leave. Overall, the place presents itself as the lost Garden of Eden – even for someone who went for purely business reasons.
According to www.bahamas.com:
“The Bahamas archipelago is an ecological oasis sprinkled over 100,000 square miles of ocean… It comprises 700 breathtaking islands, over 2,000 rocks and cays, and boasts the clearest water on the planet – with a visibility of over 200 feet. You can see your toes as easily as you can the world’s third-largest fringing barrier reef.”
The website will also tell you that there seems to be something for everyone there: golf courses, hard-core shopping, historical sighting, bars and nightlife entertainment, to name a few. It seems like anyone who wouldn’t want a piece of the Bahamas would be insane.
In which case, that says some interesting – though perhaps unsurprising – things about the U.S. government.
China’s Cashing in on the U.S.’ Lack of Interest
According to CarribeanNews.com, the U.S. has declined to appoint a Bahamian ambassador for over eight years.
To his credit, two years ago, President Trump nominated a candidate. Yet Congress won’t confirm him, leaving the U.S. with little political sway in a country just 40 miles off Florida’s coast … which hardly seems wise, particularly when those waters are teeming with international intrigue.
To quote CarribeanNews.com directly: