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Our private beach, North Eleuthera, The Bahamas travel blog

Our private beach

A travel blog entry by jimandi


Adjacent to our hammock is a nicely cleared trail that leads off into the thick jungle which covers most of North Eleuthera Island, including the area surrounding Turtle Cove. The 8 minute walk on the narrow cleared path ended at the most beautiful ...

Out of Atlanta, Back to Staniel, Staniel Cay, Bahamas travel blog

Out of Atlanta, Back to Staniel

A travel blog entry by rara-bep


On Saturday, May 14th, we left our boat in the hands of Wade Dixon, captain at Staniel Cay.  We had to have a Captain taking care of the boat in order for us to leave it in the marina.......just in case some bad weather came up.......If the weather ...

Sail away, sail away, sail away!, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Sail away, sail away, sail away!

A travel blog entry by jinmartini


It's cruise day! Up and checked out, followed by breakfast from Primo - sandwiches on the beach. Taxi to Miami Port Depot- checked in. Inadvertently under tipped to baggage handlers. Scowls! Avoided photographers and dodged a photo with a fictitious ...

Nassau, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog


A travel blog entry by jinmartini


Woke up. Marty hits gym. Breakfast. Disembark in Nassau- tax free toy town. Lunch in local restaurant full of tourists- fried conch (local dish) and burger. Dodged the gapping hole on the balcony. Hit the local beach- more rocky than sandy. More kids ...

Cococay (Royal Caribbean Island), Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Cococay (Royal Caribbean Island)

A travel blog entry by jinmartini


Breakfast. Disembarked early on to the Island. Hitch a ride with a passing tractor. Chilled in a hammock before 11 o clock massage. Scoped out the beaches and it's many many sun loungers. Set down and chilled in the sun. Had BBQ. Played frisby in the ...

Leguanen, blow holes en alle kleuren blauw, Allan en Warderick Wells cays, Bahamas travel blog

Leguanen, blow holes en alle kleuren blauw

A travel blog entry by wrklein


De leguanen op Allan's Cay zijn een alleen daar voorkomende soort. Het lijken er op het filmpje aardig veel maar dat zijn ze dan ook bijna allemaal. Ze kunnen 11 kilo worden en 80 jaar oud. Ze maken holen onder de grond waarin ze eieren leggen. Op ...

Snorkeling and Lighthouse, Hope Town Lighthouse, Bahamas travel blog

Snorkeling and Lighthouse

A travel blog entry by windwalkergv


I know this is a bit soon after the other upload, but we had a great day Snorkeling and exploring the Light House.  Also last night we helped make the lighthouse work. REALLY TRULY.  It is a very historic and unique manually operated Light ...

Stay-cation turned Paradise Weekend, Lucaya, Bahamas travel blog

Stay-cation turned Paradise Weekend

A travel blog entry by hecqs

... , with my girlfriend, Tisha, to visit the famous Pink Sands of Harbour Island that is if we are lucky enough to get on the boat without reservation. We will know tomorrow when we get to Porter Cay where the Bo Hengy Bahamas Fast Ferry will ...

Days 24, 25, & 26, Bahamas, Bahamas travel blog

Days 24, 25, & 26

A travel blog entry by herbie


Our 3 day cruise in the Bahamas with Royal Caribbean was great fun, but we all agreed Carnival was better. We visited Nassau and a private island called Coco Cay. A lovely ...

Innstikk, Duncan Town, Bahamas travel blog


A travel blog entry by steinaag

Til orientering: Vi har forresten tatt den o store beslutning aa gaa nordvestover paa veien mot Mexico naar vi en gang over neste helg drar videre fra Puerto de Vita. Da moenstrer for oevrig en venn av Sten fra Oslo paa baaten, og blir med oss en 10-12 ...

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