Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Olympic Gold Medalist Usain Bolt's Bahamas Paradise

Watching the lightening-flash Bolt win Olympic Gold in London is a reminder that the fastest man in the world was also quick to recognize the beauty and bliss of Rum Cay—a Bahamian island that is fast becoming a haven for top world-class athletes, entertainers, and celebrities who can choose anywhere in the world to live and choose The Bahamas. Fresh on the heels on having set a new world record for the 100 meters back in 2009, Usain Bolt invested in real estate on the very private (less than 100 inhabitants) Rum Cay—located just 345 miles southeast of Miami.

Congratulations to Usain Bolt—and to all the athletes competing in the London 2012 Olympics—and special high fives to all those who run to the clear seas and wonders of The Islands of The Bahamas every chance they get!