I’m trying to master the downward dog when a flamingo trots past. The bird stands on the edge of my mat as I eye it from my upside down position. Puffing up its fuchsia feathers, it bends over effortlessly, its beak touching the ground, as if to prove its superior flexibility. Welcome to yoga, Bahamas-style.
The outdoor class is taking place in the gardens at Rosewood Baha Mar – one of the Bahamas’ most upscale resorts, found on Cable Beach on Providence Island. The notion of ‘quiet luxury’ may be the current buzzword in the travel industry, but since Rosewood Baha Mar opened five years ago, it
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