Pineapple Fields Resort

Address: Banks Rd., Eleuthera, Out Islands, EL-29924, Bahamas | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Banks Rd., Eleuthera.
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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Eleuthera

      It is done....New Blog is up and running!!!

      A travel blog entry by katclassy on Jul 21, 2014

      The New Blog is fully up and can always see this site with the link on the other one that brings you back here and just click on the link on this site to bring you there...

      Yay!!!! It is done...sorry everyone for the loooooooooong delay....just ...

      My day to be a dolphin!

      A travel blog entry by monkeypants on Dec 15, 2013


      ... the "floor
      wet" cone/sign through the buffet bar with her mother screaming "STOP
      THAT, DON'T DO THAT! BAYLEEEEE BAYLEEEEEEEE" yeah….she was horrid. Her mother was pretty useless too. Screeching at your child when they are
      running amok in a restaurant is, I think, pretty ineffective. Put your giant plate of 30 cookies down, Pick
      the bratling up….take the floor wet sign (which was as large as the child) off
      of her and sit her ...

      On our own again...naturally! Cruising Eleuthera

      A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Nov 16, 2012

      27 photos

      ... drag on the second rod, but Dave's fish got off. We switched places and Dave managed to select two 10 degree turns on the autopilot to turn up into the wind some to slow the boat a little. Then the free bait got hit again! This was looking like a tuna feeding frenzy.

      Fish dinners can be hard work! This is why when there's just the two of us in windy conditions we only set out two rod baits. Even with just one fish on, there are ...

      Sun, Sea and Sand in The Bahamas

      A travel blog entry by chris_lynz on Jun 01, 2006

      17 photos

      ... as locals and the few tourists ate a feast, got drunk and danced so impressively in the streets that Bruce Forsyth could have been judging the event... "...didn't they do well...". By the next morning we had decided that our first day should be a lazy one on the "pink sand beach", which was a short walk across the island... the island is only about a mile across at its thin point. Our walk to the beach showed us just how quiet the island is ...


      A travel blog entry by andrea on Mar 07, 2006

      2 photos

      Montevideo is said to be South America´s slowest capital, and I can definitely vouch for that!

      A very long 20 hour bus ride deposited us into Urugauy, and I pray that will be the last long distance bus for a while!

      Our slow pace continued here as we rented bikes and cruised along the waterfront. It would have been a ...