Travel Blogs from Bahamas

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Grand Bahama Island (Freeport), Freeport, Bahamas travel blog

Grand Bahama Island (Freeport)

A travel blog entry by travelfishes


Der erste Hafen für uns auf den Bahamas ist Freeport auf Grand Bahama. Wir gehen von Bord und bummeln durchs Hafenareal, entscheiden dann aber einen faulen Tag auf dem Schiff zu verbringen (hätten mal besser ne Tour vorab gebucht, am Hafen selbst ist es ...

Nassau, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog


A travel blog entry by travelfishes


Was gibt es schöneres als ein leckeres Frühstück an Deck, 25° und der Blick auf Paradise Island mit dem Atlantis?   Wir gehen von Bord und erkunden die Steueroase Nassau auf eigene Faust (der Hafen ist quasi mitten in Downtown Nassau). Die ...

Seetag Bahamas, Bahamas, Bahamas travel blog

Seetag Bahamas

A travel blog entry by travelfishes


Für heute stand die Privatinsel der Reederei, Great Stirrup Cay, auf dem Programm. Leider spielt das Wetter nicht mit - der Kapitän kann nicht anlegen und entscheidet sich für einen Seetag. Somit haben wir Zeit für alles auf dem Schiff und wir ...

Day Thirty Eight!, Bahamas, Bahamas travel blog

Day Thirty Eight!

A travel blog entry by taleesa.griggs


I set my alarm for 6:30 this morning hoping I could watch a beautiful Bahamian sunrise instead I awoke to dark cloudy skies but it was still a beautiful sight. I spotted turtles from our room, something I had missed yesterday! The stingray were playing ...

Manjack Cay to Green Turtle Cay, Green Turtle Cay, Bahamas travel blog

Manjack Cay to Green Turtle Cay

A travel blog entry by darborn


... the government  in construction back in Russia.  What was he doing going from tiny island to island by ferry in the Bahamas with a very bent over elderly lady! The next day we returned to town to get fresh bread and took a tour of the ...

Last night with friends, Eleuthera, Bahamas, Bahamas travel blog

Last night with friends

A travel blog entry by alohagypsies


Tonight Grant, Layne, Jim and myself joined our new friend Kevin and his wife Hope for dinner at Tippy's restaurant. We enjoyed good food and conversation. Kevin and Hope are so sweet and we really enjoyed everyone's ...

Nassua, Nassua, Bahamas travel blog


A travel blog entry by maille


Just arrived in bahamas, The cruise is gorgeous, we'll be fat leaving but they charge for drink:-( weather has improved and lookis like it'll b a beach day. had some practice doin Salsa dancin last night!! - we're crap! As internet is expensive on board ...


Last "Western Caribbean" cruising day!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime


Day 8  Last "cruising day" today as we're heading towards Fort Lauderdale in Florida!    Good news is that this doesn't mean the end of our cruise but only the end of our "Western Caribbean Cruise" and the start of our "Eastern ...

Allens Cay. A mess of Iguanas., wardrick wells, Bahamas travel blog

Allens Cay. A mess of Iguanas.

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors


I looked it up. The collective noun for Iguanas is a mess.  I thought maybe hoard would be more apt after meeting them on the beach at Allen's Cay.  The guide book warned of their habit of nipping toes and fingers if they think food may be on ...

The Best Beach in Bahamas, Treasure Cay, Bahamas travel blog

The Best Beach in Bahamas

A travel blog entry by delfino1


After spending two nights in Marsh Harbour to get some provisioning and pick up some internet we headed over to Treasure Cay.   It was a bit of a rough sail over,  with 15 plus winds and gusts up to 21 knots.  It was a quick sail and we ...

The Islands of the Bahamas, Nassau Bahamas, Bahamas travel blog

The Islands of the Bahamas

A travel blog entry by marias_travel


Cruising to The Bahamas! Nassau, The Bahamas, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Cruising to The Bahamas! Nassau, The Bahamas

A travel blog entry by traceourtracks


During our stay in Miami, our host Mike told us about cheap cruises to The Bahamas! We looked into possible cruises and on Wednesday we found a good deal for a cruise departing that Friday from the port of Miami, bound for Nassau. It was an opportunity ...

The Atlantis, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

The Atlantis

A travel blog entry by jacobvolkmar


... and we landed in Orlando a few minutes early. In Orlando we had an hour and a half layover till our flight to the Bahamas. This fight was delayed due to the weather (Florida was experiencing strong winds). Due to the weather our flight was very bumpy I ...

Spanish Cay to Manjack Cay, Manjack Cay, Bahamas travel blog

Spanish Cay to Manjack Cay

A travel blog entry by darborn


We were up early, we put the trash ashore, paid our bill and said goodby to Mr. Happy - the dockmaster.  At the captains meeting it was decided that we would have a night at anchor in Manjack Cay or Nunjack Cay as it is sometimes called.  ...

N24 05.998  W76 24.147 Black Point Settlement, GREAT GUANA CAY, Bahamas travel blog

N24 05.998 W76 24.147 Black Point Settlement

A travel blog entry by takinbetz


... and more snacks!   From Adderleys we headed up the street to look for Rockside laudromat which is the nicest landromat in the Bahamas.  She has about 15 new washing machines and 15 new dryers.   It is so clean really is the ...

Lady Lux at the Lyford, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Lady Lux at the Lyford

A travel blog entry by nikstravel2010


... any day now but who knows how receptive this will be. We feel it is a vital part of learning Anyhoo! Obviously, being the Bahamas, the beaches are beautiful, the water pristine (but this is a different kind of pristine, it is unbelievable how clear it ...

PUTT'N  AROUND SEA OF ABACO, MAN O WAR, Bahamas travel blog


A travel blog entry by takinbetz


May 10, 2009 - Happy Mother's Day   Spent most of last evening watching the Hope Town Light go around, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 - that's the light signal.  The darker it got, the prettier the light became.  Went off to bed around 11PM.   The ...

Sometimes this job has its rewards, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Sometimes this job has its rewards

A travel blog entry by lafalot


... number of unexplained happenings. It might have had soemthing to do with the installation of HTE software at the Bahamas Water company. A strange insignia, that looked something like the initials QDDK appeared routinely at the company headquarters. Or ...

Run Mickey Run!, Castaway Cay, Bahamas travel blog

Run Mickey Run!

A travel blog entry by nofixedplans


Good thing I ran yesterday morning. My muscles needed a warmup and a wakeup for this morning's race. If you don't know, there's a 5K Castaway Cay race. It's free, and with free races, there's not much to it. But it was grueling (the humidity and heat are ...



A travel blog entry by takinbetz


... ; They had a new Catalina Morgan (how  I loved that boat at the Miami Boat Show) and left Lake Worth for the Bahamas.  They were tired of waiting for windows so just took off.  This was their first trip, Leisel was extremely ill (something ...

Days before departure, Freeport, Bahamas travel blog

Days before departure

A travel blog entry by hecqs


Colleagues came to the island days before I take my holiday break. Being a localite, we take them out and savor some of the goodness of the island they we live in. For this day, we had late lunch at a Chinese restaurant at the International Bazaar and ...

The thirty -to- fourth minister walk one way, San Salvador, Bahamas travel blog

The thirty -to- fourth minister walk one way

A travel blog entry by leahkeith-houle


I walked everyday or the school from the gerace center it was forty minute stroll, I would like to show you the highlights of that ...

"This is heaven..."

A travel blog entry by paradiselost


So I have now been in San Salvador for almost 2 weeks and how it has flown! After the initial shock I am now falling in love with this beautiful island and settling into a nice routine. I have the best job in terms of the hours are down to me and where I ...

"I like it up the front."

A travel blog entry by paradiselost


... dives I came across plenty conch among the reef and on the sand – as mentioned before this is a common dish in the Bahamas, it is essentially a mussel that served in all variations. (In keeping with my Forrest Gump friends, in the words of ...

Treasure Cay to Man O War Cay, Treasure Cay To Man O War, Bahamas travel blog

Treasure Cay to Man O War Cay

A travel blog entry by darborn


We enjoyed Treasure Cay.  The anchorage was busy and fun, the beach was the most beautiful we have encountered and we were leaving on perhaps the best beach day there had been on this trip!  We had to get out of the channel at rising tide and ...

2nd part: the exhumas passage - not bad at all!!, the exhumas, Bahamas travel blog

2nd part: the exhumas passage - not bad at all!!

A travel blog entry by ayack

... of red wine! Little Farmer cay is the second place we stop in the exhumas and we can say that it's still the real Bahamas. I'll explain. Like in Mathew town (great Inagua), there is a kind of different atmospher, like if people had forgotten about the ...

safe!, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog


A travel blog entry by jcarlso2


... to this post. It should be fun! Alright I'm just going to start here where i left off. Right now it is 5:44am in the bahamas and I am back down in the lobby (couldn't sleep, go figure). There is one other person other than staff down here and she's ...

Cruise, At Sea, Bahamas travel blog


A travel blog entry by jas20j


At Sea Oasis of the Seas After lunch we walked around getting our bearings whilst trying to grasp the enormity of this ship. The Oasis of the Seas is the largest cruise ship in the world carrying over 6,200 passengers and 2,200 crew. She is 360 metres ...

Bahamas, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog


A travel blog entry by d.nischelle


Hey all! Nassau is gorgeous. It's the best way to start off a trip around the world. The people here are so friendly. I've met a bunch of SAS students already. Everyone is so excited to get on the ship. We saw it docked outside downtown. My parents went ...

Conch Fritters!, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Conch Fritters!

A travel blog entry by seanmalonerules


... he was originally from the states and had moved to the Bahamas after he got in trouble for drug trafficking in California. The Bahamas has made many efforts in recent years to get rid of its reputation as a country active in the drug trade (a stigma it ...

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