A multitude of planes, boats and automobiles were needed to get to Dunmore Town, but never has a journey been so worth it. 
After finally landing in Nassau we were herded onto a small rickety plane. The tin-can took off, the turbulence began - but before we knew it (about 20 minutes) we were safely arriving at North Eleuthera airport. A short taxi ride plus a shorter boat ride later we arrived on Harbour Island.

Dunmore Town stands alone on Harbour island which is in itself small. At under 6 miles long and less than a mile wide transportation didn't have to be fancy. We visited Dunmore Rentals and were whisked away via golf-cart to Coral House; a beautiful VRBO right in the middle of town which would become our home away from home.



The purpose of our Harbour Island holiday was to shoot the new Melanie Auld collection: Alchemy. However, surrounding what was a "work trip" we managed to fit in some fun. From the best sushi since Nobu (Da Vine) to life-altering ricotta banana pancakes  (The Landing) we were spoiled with phenomenal food.

Fun fact: There aren't any numbered street addresses in Dunmore Town. Instead homes and businesses have rather delightful names like; Coral House, Harbour House, Afterthought etc. 

Bahamas = Beaches. We scouted, basked and splashed at some of the most picturesque places in the Caribbean.

Our three dreamy days in the Bahamas couldn't have been better. With a stellar team including our friend and photographer Jamie Drake we made memories of a lifetime. 
We can't wait to share our Alchemy campaign images with you. 

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