Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

October 26, 2021
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Beachfront in Bahamas

Seven years ago, Pierre and Anne Laurence sold their Montreal bistro and ended up on Long Island in the Bahamas. At 257 kilometres southeast of Nassau, it has two shorelines (Atlantic and Caribbean), the deepest known blue hole in the world and plenty of cliffs and caves to explore. Each of Chez Pierre’s six bungalows has a screened porch looking out onto the sea. There’s a restaurant in the main house where Pierre serves up a blend of Bahamian, Italian and French cooking. Rates, including breakfast and dinner, start at US$150 per cottage that sleeps up to two. Book five or more nights and the price drops.

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