The main town, it is on the south coast and has an excellent harbour.
Secluded and lost in time; wild corn plants, saucy hummingbirds, and stereophonic
birdcalls are the only intrusions amidst the sun-worn pastel cottages in
this little settlement.
The bearded creatures now wandering the roads of this town are chiefly goats;
but buccaneers used to roam here in the past and there is still talk of
A beautiful, multi-hued waterway between Mayaguana and Acklins; good views
can be had from Betsy Bay and Pirate's Well.