A Stone's Throw Away
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It had been a long journey to get to the ship with transfers and stopovers but there I was at last stood at St.George's wharf, Nassau amongst a huge crowd of people looking at The Lord Nelson being dwarfed by 3 huge cruise ships. It made her look small compared to the floating skyscrapers next to her but I was still impressed. She is 54m long with a steel hull, has 3 masts and 2 deckhouses. She is painted blue and white with her name scrolled across the bow in gold. Nassau itself was ...
... to get gussied up for our dinner at the yacht club. The Yacht club was not anything like what you would see back home it was shall I say rustic. Had a outside bar area and then inside looked like a 70’s style banquet hall miss matched chairs etc. but had a great feel, good food and there server Tina was amazing. She was born and raised here, 21 and her goals are to leave here and get an education. You can really see on all ...
... and other bits and pieces. We then went for a quick dip in the ocean. The water is an awesome clear blue colour and a pretty good temperature. Our last thing was to take the go pro down the main speed slide. I made Kim take it as I thought her facial expressions would be funny and then she could catch me coming out the bottom. Look forward to that footage. We got our bag and legged it for the bus. There were market stalls set up at the ...
Around noonish, we get off the ship and check-out downtown Nassau. It's very similar to other places I've been in the Caribbean. Once you exit the port, there are several vendors selling things. We don't plan for any excursions and instead, my mother-in-law hires a van to take us around Nassau (at least somewhat close to the port). It's air-conditioned inside the van and after having ...
... was a circular planted area that had two wood statues that looked a lot like voodoo dolls. The Governors home is pretty nice. We also saw St. Andrews Kirk Presbyterian church that was playing the steeple bells. We decided to get a cab over to Paradise Island to see the Atlantis Hotel and Casino. While looking for a cab we saw a steel band performing on the street. We also saw a man in a white uniform walking around, who looked very ...