Pearl Cox Guest House

Nassau, New Providence Island, Bahamas | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nassau

Lots of Beach

A travel blog entry by dyer0930

18

The two days we spent on Nassau can be mostly summed up as beach. I imagine that this post will have a whole ton of pictures from the beach but not terribly much to say. We swam, we built sandcastles. Our kids met and were fawned over by local kids. I loved seeing Andrew get into it with other physical boys who liked to wrestle. That seemed to be pretty good for him.

We took one morning and did a ...

Sun, surf, sand and healthy speciMENS

A travel blog entry by loujoshell

7

The last 5 days have been fantastic. From the moment we boarded our cruise, we knew the next stage of the trip was going to be full of new experiences and it certainly was (having our own butler, concierge and room attendant helped :-)
Day two saw us sail into Great Stirup Cay. A newly developed island, which seems to have been created for the sole purpose of cruise ships. It was our first taste of ...

Wet and Wild Aquaventure in Nassau

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas

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... a team to shout out the title won a point. We played to 30 points. The lead went back and forth. Lee’s team won 30-26. When the waiter was not attentive in bringing drinks and Dave started playing some of the same songs as last night. Erin left to join the party on Lido deck. I stayed until after Diana sang and then left to join her. They were still line dancing and going strong. Erin and I left shortly after I arrived. We went to bed after ...

Cruising on the Oasis of the Seas

A travel blog entry by tavernertales

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... are mid-ship on level 6, it's the perfect position and we hardly feel the ship moving. In fact, unless you look out the balcony door or are up on the deck, you wouldn't know the ship is moving.

We are not having as hard a time getting ...

A wet start in the Bahamas...

A travel blog entry by claudiaroger

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... tomatoes, onions, peppers, lime- and orange juice). For two days we hired a car and literally drove around the whole island. Roger went fishing from the shore but we never even went to the beach. Sadly, most beaches were either fenced off or had huge hotels as a backdrop - a definite turn-off for us ;-(.

For one day we went diving and certainly we wanted to see one of the famous blue holes (sink holes that were created in the last ice ages when the ...

 

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