While we were in Georgetown, in the Exumas, Bahamas, we tackled the climb to the top of monument hill. There is, of course, a monument there, and we wanted to see it. So, we grabbed Guincha, and some water, and up we went!
Our plan was to find a trail to the top, and we did, but later we found out that there is a much easier trail than the one that we followed. Figures. It was pretty steep at a few places, but really not that bad. The view from the top was worth the effort.
Joyce found out that the monument was originally used as a marker to let passing ships know that there were provisions here, in town. Now, it is used as a trailhead, and as a nesting location for Osprey.