Monday, April 30, 2012

Visiting the Ship Island

When we were in Mississippi last September, I really wanted to go to Ship Island. We only have 5 days stay in the hotel and we had so much to do in a short time. I insisted of going to Ship Island so; we went to the Gulfport along US 90.When we were there, the captain told us that trips to Ship Island was cancelled due to the weather. When we look at the sky, the picture above is what we saw. Blue and clear! For the 10th times, we had to detour and we were back in the hotel. After lunch, there was a big storm! The looks can be deceiving huh? Nature is really beautiful when it's like this but on stormy day, you don't want to be near it.

Ship Island is located in the North Central Gulf of Mexico. It is about 11 miles off the Mississippi Coast. This place is one of the last undeveloped barrier islands in America and it is part of Gulf Islands National Seashore and protected by the U.S. Park Service. This exquisite sand island offer visitors the first high quality beaches for swimming and shelling east of New Orleans.

This place has an outstanding beaches, beautiful water and clean gulf air. Locals and visitors consistently rate the 22-mile round trip to Ship Island as the coast’s premier waterborne experience. Awesome right? I know one day, I can visit Ship Island.

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