As we left our place and headed for the airport, I wanted to make a point of remembering all the snow on the ground.
The trip to the airport and checking in was surprisingly uneventful. There was no lineup for either the check-in counter or security, although there were lots of people waiting in line for the Tim Horton's.
Once we were on the plane we realized we were sharing our row with 4 middle-aged women on group outing. We noted with some humour that although you can easily share the rental DVD players on offer from Canjet, each one of them rented a player and then they all watched the same movie.
Here Emma attempts to tackle the Bahamian customs and immigration form, which is 1/3rd border security and 2/3rds tourism survey. On the reverse is a 'how did you enjoy your stay' survey that must be remitted on departure.
Breaking out of the clouds we got our first sighting of the awesome clear waters of the Caribbean region. (Although technically I think it's still the Atlantic.)