Visually, you would believe the 50 miles of Cat Island is empty and bare. The only foot prints in the sand, are yours. Unspoiled beauty, with only the sound of waves settling into the perfect white sand on the beach is what you see.
There were no sea gulls or pelicans. When snorkeling the clear turquoise water, we discovered there was very little coral life, fish and seaweed.
Very few treasures could be found on the shore, but we did find these beauties.
Sun-bleached and standing tall, these were fun finds on our walk.
The beer of the island.
Lucky for us, we had a clear night on the beach, for the huge super moon. The first photograph is the night before and the second photograph is the actual super moon.
We found lots of hermit crabs, white and black sand crabs and this curly-tailed little guy we named, Geico.
The only thing we left on the tiny island, was a message in the sand.