Travel Blogs from Bahamas

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6 Day Cruise!, Freeport, Bahamas travel blog

6 Day Cruise!

A travel blog entry by kiteboarder

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Hope Town to Marsh Harbor and Home to PA, Marsh Harbour, Bahamas travel blog

Hope Town to Marsh Harbor and Home to PA

A travel blog entry by darborn


We felt quite sad to be leaving Hope Town on the 6th. We waited until 2 hrs before high tide before we dropped the mooring ball and made our way out of the well marked channel and turned left along the shore and then right,once we were behind the ...

Feeding Iguanas, Leaf Cay Exuma, Bahamas travel blog

Feeding Iguanas

A travel blog entry by hecqs


Just a short stop to experience feeding lots of grape hungry iguanas..... at least there's one reptile that I get to ...

Where the hell can we find an internet connection?, Eleuthra, Bahamas, Bahamas travel blog

Where the hell can we find an internet connection?

A travel blog entry by alohagypsies


We arrived yesterday on Eleuthra. We hired a private plane to take all four of us and our ton of luggage, a cat and dog. It was great because I got to sit in the co-pilots seat. The views were incredible and I counted 5 full circle rainbows! We ...

The first day at sea!, In transit: Bahamas to La Guaira, Venezuela travel blog

The first day at sea!

A travel blog entry by brooksy


August 30, 2005 Well, there is nothing better than starting off your junior year with a trip the Paradise Island in the Bahamas. I have had a great time for the last couple of days. We first arrived at the airport in Nassau and found ourselves in a ...

WOW WOW WOW, Princes Cays, Bahamas travel blog


A travel blog entry by joannano


Hi everyone As you can see we are bowled over by the white sands of the Bahamain island of Princess Cays. The coral reef is the shore line and there are amazing fishes in the water. We travelled from the ship to the beach via 'tender boats' 100 ...

Bloomin' Bahamas, Princess cays, Bahamas travel blog

Bloomin' Bahamas

A travel blog entry by jacontheroad


Today we came to Princess Cays which is a small island, owned by Princess Cruises, off the island of Eluthera. Eluthera is 100 and odd miles long but only about 3 miles wide at it's widest. Princess Cays has a beautiful beach, and since we were last ...

Atlantis, the beach and more...., Paradise Island, Bahamas travel blog

Atlantis, the beach and more....

A travel blog entry by seanmalonerules


I arrived in the Bahamas on Saturday at 7:00 pm via a "puddle jumper" from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. On the twenty-seater plane, about half of the passengers were Semester @ Sea students. The man next to me was a Bahamian who works in IT at the Atlantis ...

Do you like Piņa Colada?, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Do you like Piņa Colada?

A travel blog entry by roxyhart


I'm not much into health food.. but daamn, I'm into the Bahamas. They don't call it Paradise Island for nothing! I truly don't even know what there is to say about the Bahamas... It was Spring Break haha. I feel like that honestly about sums it up. ...

Day one and not without incident, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Day one and not without incident

A travel blog entry by lafalot


Oh where oh where should I start. I know, how about my flight. There we are, all snug and buckled in our seats on the plane and anxious to head out to Nassau. We wait and we wait, and we wait some more. I look out the window and the area on the ...

first part of the delivery - toward the Bahamas, great inagua, Bahamas travel blog

first part of the delivery - toward the Bahamas

A travel blog entry by ayack

13.01.09 : As you understood, i'm now going to the Bahamas and Nassau will be my next stop. We left St Martin two days ago with a good and fair wind. We arrived really quickly on the British Virgin Islands : Anegada, virgin Gorda or ...

"What happens in Nassau..."

A travel blog entry by paradiselost

... starter... Anyway, back to it, we got talking to this gentleman who also had family that had connections with the islands in the Bahamas. He was travelling to spend a couple of days in Nassau for a wedding he was attending. After the flight we ended up ...

"I know this is all a bit overwhelming..."

A travel blog entry by paradiselost

Arriving in San Salvador was - to say the very least - tough. Aside from the crushing hangover, lack of sleep, the broken air conditioning on the plane to the island, and travelling alongside a leather (and now canary yellow trilby, what was thought to ...

"So you got a boyfriend...?"

A travel blog entry by paradiselost


 And in the news today...  The week started with July 4th celebrations on behalf of my American buddies. You would think that by now I would have understood the workings of my body and realised that drinking on an empty stomach was only going ...

THE BAHAMAS  ISLAND - NASSAU, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog


A travel blog entry by greekcypriot


On board the ship -SEABREEZE After breakfast we come to the port. Seeing our small ship just next to a huge one I thought that I better leave.  I was not going to get in that small sailing boat!! I had no choice!  Anyway the cruise was nice, ...

Touring the Island, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Touring the Island

A travel blog entry by lafalot


Today I got to leave work early again, mainly to save my sanity - what little there is of it. I decided to visit a few sights I hadn't found yet. One was Queen Elizabeth's stairway. I also wanted to see the US Embassy. The other was the government ...

Day 9: Strolla gets Grounded, Bimini, Bahamas travel blog

Day 9: Strolla gets Grounded

A travel blog entry by mbust02


... or wait till at least wednesday or thursday for the winds to change. All of us simply happy enough just to have made it to the bahamas decided we'd wait in the Bimini's for a couple days. Our week spent in the Bimini's was rather uneventful. It is the off ...

"One Fine Day in the Middle of the Night..."

A travel blog entry by paradiselost

Someone I recently met told me about this poem which I thought was fun so decided to share it with you all... "Ladies and Gentlemen, Hobos and Tramps, Bug-eyed mosquitoes and bow-legged ants, I come before you to sit beside you, To tell you a story I ...

Bahamas, Bahamas, Bahamas travel blog


A travel blog entry by robthurston

I am just setting these up. I will come back to write more ...

Longest Wait, Freeport, Bahamas travel blog

Longest Wait

A travel blog entry by hecqs


The longest wait..... I made a reservation by phone for Westernair.... at the airport, my reservation bacame nevermention...... no more seats available... Made it to Bahamasair for the 8:15 pm flight and was delayed to 8:30 and then 9:30pm. I was ...

The Real Bahamas, Saddleback Cay, Bahamas travel blog

The Real Bahamas

A travel blog entry by hecqs


... we were also greeted by the local stingray..... and a little historical tour of the island..... and a moment on a sandbar.... This is privately owned cay (pronounced as key) ... 44 of them owned by one person. I would say this is one real ...

Nassua, Nassua, Bahamas travel blog


A travel blog entry by lc65259

I am finally here!!!! I haven't seen the ship yet, but my adventure has already begun! I almost missed my plane yesterday since I had to switch airlines, and they were paging me over the loudspeaker for me. Then I finally get here and dad meets me ...

Computerland, Eleuthra, Bahamas, Bahamas travel blog


A travel blog entry by alohagypsies


We've been settling in our rental house in Eleuthra quite nicely. Yesterday we went to Ten beach on the Caribbean side of the island. The water was a gorgeous aquamarine color as it usually is on that side of the island plus being flat and calm. We also ...

Cruising to the Bahamas, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Cruising to the Bahamas

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

... Beni and I woke up at 6:30Am.  We went up to the bridge with the captain and watched as the boat was docked in the Bahamas.  We were able to get off the ship a few hours later.  We walked to Coral Wolrd and viewed its salt water tanks and ...

South America Wrap up Session: Sniff!, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

South America Wrap up Session: Sniff!

A travel blog entry by nikstravel2010


So kids, it finally happened. After 3 months, 23 cities and 7 countries, we have left the building. Farewell South America, land of rum and sand! We shall miss you! So many memories, so many awesome people, so many good beaches, so many hangovers, so ...

fun in the sun!, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

fun in the sun!

A travel blog entry by lucyholliday


BAHAMAS! we're still here :) and its still sunny and theres still cruise ships coming into port. We went out for breakfast and had some bacon and eggs. yum yum. We decided today that we would go and explore the island of Nassau a bit, and first off we ...

Baha, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog


A travel blog entry by kevdevine


Chillin in the bahamas for a couple of ...

Lake Worth to West End, Grand Bahama Island, West End, Bahamas travel blog

Lake Worth to West End, Grand Bahama Island

A travel blog entry by darborn


We woke at 0 dark thirty and prepared breakfast.  Anchor aweigh at 0523.  We had butterflies in our tummies, this was so exciting.  It was still dark and Ros headed out to the channel while Dave secured the anchor and anchor locker ...

crossing the Atlantic, latitude = 28 deg N longitude = 061 deg W, Bahamas travel blog

crossing the Atlantic

A travel blog entry by jodytomp


Today was our first day far from land.  Of course I have spent many hours at beaches in many different places - Florida, Alabama, Texas, Nantucket, Rhode Island, Maine, California, Australia, New Zealand, and France.  Watching and listening as ...

Great Guana Key to Treasure Key on Great Abaco, Treasure Key, Bahamas travel blog

Great Guana Key to Treasure Key on Great Abaco

A travel blog entry by darborn


We came today from a mooring ball at Fisher's Bay on Great Guana Cay to the anchorage here at Treasure Cay.  It was a downwind sail on the headsail only in about 18 knots of wind and most enjoyable and took about 2 hours.  We were glad to be on ...

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