Pearl Cox Guest House

Address: \N, Nassau, New Providence Island, \N, Bahamas | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nassau

Another (and final) sea day

A travel blog entry by bcope100 on Feb 07, 2015

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... over (sniff). The computers were very busy and we had quite the wait to get one, but managed to get our passes nonetheless.

We were hungry again cause it had been more than two hours since we'd eaten, so got a couple of pastries from the International Cafe. I'm sure going to miss this!

We both were oily from our massages, so a shower was in order and by that time, we needed lunch. :)) The Crown Grill was featuring their British Pub ...

Sun, Sea and Crafts

A travel blog entry by 2silvercruisers on Jan 17, 2015

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I'm afraid there won't be any photos with my blog this time round. The internet is so expensive on the ship $30 a day - you can't even buy so many minutes like on the Queen Victoria - and then because I had so many days cruising with Cunard I more or less got it free. At the moment I have decided to go with the 50cents a minute option. If I find somewhere on shore that has wi fi I will try and use that but for now it will ...

First Full Day aboard the Pearl

A travel blog entry by kschu140 on Nov 13, 2014

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... your favourite animal. Will and I just wore ***** with animals on the front. We went and saw Dj Snake and Major Lazer and that was amazeballs. The crowd were so incredibly pumped and they just blew it up. I took plenty of footage of their performances and I am just not sure how any other performances on this boat will top it. Major Lazer performs at the island party on Saturday so we will have to wait and ...

St Martin

A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jul 08, 2014

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Our first Island stop was St Martin. We were all excited to leave the ship and see a beautiful island. We took part in an organised tour which departed at 11.30, so after a big breakfast we boarded the bus. It was a confused place, half the island was Dutch and the other half was French. It was very poor and the houses were shacks on the beach. It seemed like no one had employment and the island relied on tourism for survival. I couldn't understand how such a beautiful ...

We Made It

A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Jun 06, 2014

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... walkable, or there's a big parking lot - and the house has a large kiddie pool in the yard. With a hammock.
Friday afternoon, we immediately changed into swim gear and got in some beach time. D learned that swimming in the ocean is a little different from pool swimming. Back at the house, I made a simple herbed chicken with rice and veggies for dinner. We all crashed into bed after 4 days of travel.

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