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Travel Blogs from Freeport
... born in the lagoon making it their true home. It is spacious and peaceful and a lovely place to call home. The trainers and dolphins clearly love one another. The trainers are very protective of their charges. Regularly, the dolphins are taken out to open sea. They are trained to swim only on the right side of the boat and they go only as far as 45 miles out to sea. The interesting thing is that it is harder to get them to leave the lagoon for an excursion than it ...
... at a short strip of shops which we were told was the cheapest place to shop.
However, we found the prices were rocket high!! We bought nothing except fried conch. Unfortunately, after tasting the fried conch at Key West during the Taste of Key West, this was horrible. Most of it was batter and we could hardly taste any conch.
We were then taken to the beach, place which only we were going as it ...
... in the spa, a swim in the pool, and a cocktail poolside....... Back to the cabin to get ready for the last nights entertainment. There was an adult game, where to teams had to dress up or perform certain activities .... guy's had to dress up as a"woman of the night" then give their version of a sexy dance .... so funny. Sail through the night to Miami. BooHoo .... Leaving tomorrow .... Key West ... Here we ...
... We drove out to the west side to watch the very large sharks feed at the Pier One Restaurant but, they never showed up. I saw them when I was here years ago and it was incredible. They said the water is still too cold for them. They will be here next month. The girls have their own room but, tried to climb in bed with us in our room the last two nights. Had to shooe them away. Due to husband's gambling status worldwide, we were ...
... at Mangrove Cay, a small uninhabited island. There were light NE winds, sunny skies and it was 80 degrees. We had to motor thru narrow Indian Cay Passage with quite shallow water for a few miles. Then it got deeper and we could all relax and enjoy the sail. The average depth of the water surrounding the Bahamas is about 6-10 feet compared to over 4,000 feet deep in the gulf stream. Because the area of the banks is so large and the water so shallow, a tremendous volume of water ...
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!!!!