The Secret Garden
Have you ever heard of the Garden of Eden? Chances are, you have. But if you’re unfamiliar with this mythical place it is mentioned in Biblical texts as where Adam took a bite of the forbidden fruit. In most cases we are taught that this fruit was an apple of some sorts. But what if I told you that that forbidden fruit may have been something called the Coco De Mer? What if I were to tell you that many scientist and explorers believe that the Garden of Eden is still accessible today?
Let us introduce you to a magical place called Seychelles. Just 1500 miles off the coast of East Africa lies an archipelago in the Indian Ocean that consists of 115 islands. The people here consider themselves Creole, and many are born and raised in this paradise. Imagine the stunningly blue waters of the Maldives combined with lush, green jungles draping the mountainous terrain.
We had a chance to visit this rarely visited place and it swept us off of our feet. There is so much to discuss that we can’t include it all in one post. So consider this an introduction to The Seychelles.