We just returned from a trip to Valerie’s vacation cottages on Exuma. The cottage was clean, well appointed with dishes, cooking utensils, towels and linens. Although we were warned that the WiFi could be spotty, it worked absolutely fine for us. We connected with no problem and there were also plenty of electrical plugs for charging any devices. Valerie is friendly, knowledgeable and will do whatever is needed to make your vacation a success. We loved the screened-in porch with the beautiful view and the protection from the bugs! The pool was delightful after a long day on the beaches to cool off in non saltwater, but the best was the kayak that comes with every cottage. Several days we took off with the kayak to find deserted beaches where we could swim, picnic and while away the day. Other days we would travel to Little Exuma to the beaches of Forbes Hill and Tropic of Cancer and enjoy lunch at Santana’s or Tropic Breeze. We saw one mention of Mom’s Bakery next to Santana’s for baked goods (yummy), but also just a few steps further down and across the street is a little conch fritter shack – delicious conch fritters ten for four bucks! The other store we wanted to mention is Prime Island Deli. It’s on the right side of the street as you travel from the airport, well before you get to Georgetown. It sells wonderful salads and great cuts of meat. It now also has some basic grocery items. We much prefer this store to Exuma Market. And if you’re looking for fresh fish, Valerie put us onto a little beauty parlor across from the Liquor store in Georgetown. The owner’s husband is a fisherman and she has fresh fish for sale in her shop. All in all, we cannot say enough about Exuma and Valerie’s cottages for an absolutely wonderful, relaxing vacation. We certainly hope to return next year!