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Travel Blogs from Freeport
... one of the two towns in Grand Bahamas apart from Freeport. The shopping there was much more satisfactory. The people of Freeport are friendly and lovely people. Always happy to stop and talk even if you don't buy anything from them. Of course after the hype, we all had to have some Bahamamama. We loved it. We found out later, that the Bahamamamas on the island tasted much better than that on the ship (and why were ...
... t working as promised, so we decided to let another boat yard have a crack at fixing it as well as replacing the valve handle. Such is the life of a cruiser. So, we made plans to have the boat worked on in Ft. Lauderdale at Cable Marine and had to stay in Miami until they could take us in the yard.
Getting to Cable Marine in Ft. Lauderdale for the yard work was a white- knuckle trip for both of us. The New River ...
Monday May 30th:
Having only slept for 4 hours we finally woke up and found ourselves at Freeport, Bahamas. We didn't have a group excursion to follow because all the events were really expensive. Even taking the cab into town was overpriced. So our only and best option was to rent a car at celebrity rental for $70/ day. Traveling with a group of 5 made things a lot cheaper. Our whole self excursion ended up costing only $18 per person. Our destination was 45 minutes away ...
... and exit the banks with each tidal cycle. With a tide of about 3 feet and an average depth of only 6 feet on both banks combined, nearly 50% of the water is flushed off the banks twice a day. The flushing action keeps the waters very clear. At 3 pm we anchored with another Canadian sailboat and one from England. Our anchoring is so much better since we purchased these Marriage Savers. They are a two-way radio headset with mouthpiece so no hands are required. This way Denny is ...
What was our favorite place?
This is really a tough question, because there are favorites in each country and there are so many differences. However, if we really had to pick just one: Nik’s favorite was Thailand and mine was Syria. It was mostly because of the locals, the delicious food, and the experiences we had.
How much did the trip cost? I had budgeted that our total trip would cost $50,000 for ...
Other places to stay in Freeport
Jolly Roger Drive, Freeport | 4 star condofrom $110
- Lovely Resort - But Don't Expect Any Kind Of Service
- Good Value for your money-and the best pool!
- It was great!!!!