Paradise Cove Beach Resort

Address: Deadman's Reef, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas | B&B
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This B&B, located on Deadman's Reef, Freeport, is near Port Lucaya Marketplace, The Dolphin Experience, Taino Beach, and Gold Rock Beach.
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      Travel Blogs from Freeport

      A Friendly Pastel Coloured Day

      A travel blog entry by rm-adventures on Oct 09, 2014

      43 photos

      ... corals, yellows, blues, greens and whites are all very easy on the eyes. There is even some purple brushed in for good measure. All in all, the colours are cheerful, welcoming and relaxing. It makes for a happy shopping experience. Speaking of happy, this would describe the people. Lots of colourful wares being sold ranging from T-shirts and dresses to shell art. There are gentlemen sitting in small stalls who are rapidly carving decorative ...

      Day MOS4, Thursday, December 13, At Sea. Monarch o

      A travel blog entry by rafinmd on Dec 14, 2012

      12 photos

      ... for a classical concert by the Rosario Strings.

      As the concert ended and I headed up to the Windjammer for lunch a flood of people was streaming down the stairs. I'm not sure if the men's belly flop went to conclusion or was cut short but it ended with a flood of rain. Some people coming down the stairs were showing obvious red areas from the competition.

      Fortunately, the afternoon activities didn't interest ...

      Stay to the left, it's a raccoon!

      A travel blog entry by anniela on May 30, 2011

      94 photos

      ... didn't and instead got shoved into the bush. Well, our only hero was Vera. She seemed to think the raccoon was soooo cute. So instead of running away she ran towards it and took lots of "cute" pictures. Well someone had to go make sure the coast was clear because that was the only road back to our car. Marvin first, coast clear so we continued on our venture. Saw a wonderful swamp marsh with beautiful birds but realized that the bridge cuts off and ends. So much for the only road ...

      Golf in Grand Bahamas

      A travel blog entry by operationfido on Jun 13, 2010

      19 photos

      ... At this point it is rather too late in the journey to call it off, so one has to assume the hull builder's have met the sturdiness and seaworthy factors of safety. Seeing all that rusty scabs the size of paper plates hanging loose on the hull was a bit disconcerting at the time though. So far the seas and waves had been minimal coming from the Gulf to the Bahamas. Would our luck hold out?


      Conch Salad

      A travel blog entry by hecqs on Apr 09, 2010

      27 photos

      Conch belongs to a family of mollusks found in the tropical area. Not uniquely Bahamian, but it's here in the Bahamas where I met her and fell in love with her. For me, it's best eaten raw in a salad form, cracked out from its glowing cream and pink shell, ...