Iguana Land

  Thursday, February 14, 2013 / Brian / Uncategorized  

For our first morning in the Exumas we woke just before sunrise to listen to our daily weather report. We had big plans for today, we were going to visit Iguanaland! We had heard a lot about the iguanas that lived on Southwest Allans Cay and we were finally in the neighborhood. After taking notes on the weather and eating a quick breakfast we put the kayaks in the water and began the short paddle to the island just south of our anchorage. We paddled over to the lone palm tree shown on the charts and headed straight onto the beach. The first iguanas we spotted seemed to be fighting over a particular piece of beach. It was at this time that Stephanie decided that she would rather stay in her kayak and keep a little bit of water between her and any "attack iguanas."

4 Comments

  1. From Judy Thibeault on Feb 26, 2013
    I am so enjoying your adventure. These pictures at Iguana Land are great. I would be with you Stephanie in the kayak. No way would I be as brave as Brian. But he is the most adventurous person I've ever met. Be safe, God speed.

  2. From stephanie on Feb 20, 2013
    Haha! DONT feed it or it'll chase you down the sidewalk just like the geese!

  3. From Ann Landau on Feb 14, 2013
    I thought I saw some weird creature in the pond here recently and it looked remarkably like your photos of iguanas.....climate change is doing some weird things...

  4. From The Kath on Feb 14, 2013
    LOVE is all around! Happy Valentines Day! The Kath