Auntie Anne's Bed & Breakfast

PO Box F40518, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Freeport

Anchor's Away!

A travel blog entry by jeffreywatts

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Yesterday I met some nice Canadians and an American named Ben on the shuttle to the cruise. Before even reaching the ship, I knew I was in good company. Once onboard I had a couple of celebratory drinks with Ben, then ran into Staci (a girl I met three years ago at a Weezer concert) and her husband. We sailed away watching the Orwells play on deck, which was lots of fun but very cold. ...

Cruise 2 Day 4

A travel blog entry by jraybrown

Well a very happy day we thought the port looked sunny and bright on the tv in our room. We arrived at the Great Outdoors for breakfast to find high winds and cooler temperatures. We ate out breakfast and watched the pilot and tugs bring in a large freighter loaded with containers. We planned to have a lazy day lying by the pool. We opted to walk around the port shops and look at Del sol ...

Stay to the left, it's a raccoon!

A travel blog entry by anniela

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... We had to use Vera's google phone for music and an old street map for navigation. Good thing the road wasn't too difficult to follow and my sense of direction was pretty good. Managed to make it to Lucayan Park and back in one piece- without getting lost.
Since Marvin scared me to wits about the Bahamas kidnapping people, we had to roll up our windows and lock our doors every time we drove pass a shady person. Hey, better safe than sorry eh?

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AT LAST!!!!

A travel blog entry by savagetwo

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... shade of turquoise. We pulled into the slip and filled out all the customs forms and hoisted the yellow quarantine flag and Denny went to customs with all our passports and boat documentation and paid the $300 cruising fee. The slip rental was $80, water was $15 and electric was $24. Very expensive. Once we were legal, we took down the quarantine flag and hoisted the Bahama flag. Then we did what we'd been dreaming of doing. Grabbed a cooler and some cold beer, snorkel gear ...

How did we plan our Around the World Trip?

A travel blog entry by worldtraveler2

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... 000 or $110 per day. We met a couple that had traveled for that amount of money for 19 months through Africa. So I think it all depends on how you travel, what you see and do. I really think that the first six months was a learning lesson for us and we wasted a lot of money on things that just wasn’t necessary. Considering that we did not have a mortgage, utility bills, insurance and school fees to pay, we actually spent less on our trip abroad that ...

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This B&B, located on PO Box F40518, Freeport, is near Underwater Explorers Society, Gold Rock Beach, Peterson Cay, and International Bazaar.
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    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding