|Little Corn from the lighthouse|
Little Corn is only 1.6 square kilometers. It is tiny and charming, with zero cars and no ATMs. There is one paved sidewalk that spans the main commercial drag near the port, but most trails on the islands are dirt and many wind through backyards or farmland. The biggest industries are fishing and tourism. The nearby lobster processing plant on Big Corn offers lobstermen $15USD per pound for lobster tail.
|A Caribbean Spiny Lobster hiding|
|The final dive class|
Little Corn had a number of great restaurants featuring local caribbean flavors and fresh caught seafood. After diving with them all day, I normally had lobster on my mind for dinner. The best I had was served with heavy amounts of garlic at Miss Bridgettes. Other highlights included Run Down, the signature local dish of Little Corn. Run Down is a coconut milk soup with fish or lobster and vegetables. And I would have never been able to muster the energy to dive three times a day without coconut bread and chicken pies from street vendors.
|Miss Bridgettes Garlic Lobster|
|Rambo and friend selling Coconut Bread|