Lonely Road

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D700, Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8, March, 2011, Norman Cay, Bahamas.

Norman Cay is a rugged little island with a permanent population of about 25. The road connects the dock where we were tied up to the airstrip and is abut 1k long. There is nothing on it and no street lights. Immediately across the airstrip there is a bar which is said to be on Jimmy Buffet's top 10 bars list. A beer was $6 and a hamburger with fries $18. These were taken right at sunset. On the way back it was pitch black. I was alone and could barely find the start of the road after crossing the air strip.
 
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Nguyen, there are a lot of Vietnamese restaurants in Houston. After the war many refugees found themselves in Texas rebuilding their lives. Parts of downtown have street signs in Vietnamese.

I had barbecued beef on vermicelli. It tasted good, but the meat was a bit tough. My favorite place had a fire and is being rebuilt.

Thank you Steve.
 
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