The Island of Eleuthera is 110 miles long, two miles across at it's widest, and it splits two bodies of water.
The Glass Window Bridge is the best place to understand what a slim, rocky, slice of land this island is, while witnessing the tranquil aqua water of the Caribbean side by side with the turbulent navy waves of the Atlantic.
This was once the site of a natural rock archway that was destroyed by a hurricane. A man made, one lane bridge now stands over the rock ledge.
A natural wonder, and an incredible experience to see in person because when you are standing there, in between a sea and an ocean, there is an overwhelming sense that there is nowhere else like this on Earth.