People to People was the best way to experience The Bahamas. Deacon Donald Duncombe, his family, and his congregation were most welcoming. They invited us to worship with them at the Easter Vigil where we felt like members of the parish. Celebrating a homemade and traditional Bahamian Easter dinner at Donald's home was a special treat. We even got to win gifts during Bingo. The Pelican Point Coconut Fest would not have been as enjoyable without Donald's take on the local cuisine and customs. Our time at Grum Ma's House with Donald was educational and enlightening. Donald did a terrific job putting Bahamian culture and history into perspective. We finished our last day with Donald and his wife, Victoria, feasting on scrumptious homemade fried fish and fry bread followed by a tour of their splendid garden where we learned about local plants and Bush medicine. Although we still spent time on the beach, scuba diving, and exploring the island, the People to People Program was the highlight of our trip. We have already recommended this program to our friends who are considering a trip to the Bahamas and will continue to do so.