The Bahamas’ westernmost island group (made up of North BiminiSouth Bimini, and several even tinier island such as East Bimini and Cat Cay), have been a favored getaway - especially from nearby South Florida (just 50 miles away) - since the early 20th century. Favored by the jet stream, with a population of barely 2,000, it very much conserves the flavor of the olde-tyme Caribbean of yore (yes, I know, the Bahamas aren't technically the Caribbean), and its clear, paradisiacal waters have been playgrounds for bathers, snorkelers, divers, and especially deep-sea fishing enthusiasts drawn by big game fish such as marlin and swordfish, fed by the tales of Ernest Hemingway, who worked on classics here such as Islands in the Stream and To Have and Have Not

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