Royal Islander

Address: The Mall Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, F-42549, Bahamas | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on The Mall Drive, Freeport, is near Port Lucaya Marketplace, The Dolphin Experience, Taino Beach, and Gold Rock Beach.
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      A Friendly Pastel Coloured Day

      A travel blog entry by rm-adventures on Oct 09, 2014

      43 photos

      ... ordered it. The charming waitress was thrilled that I enjoyed it so much too.

      Then we did a jewelery excursion and found MarahLago Larimar. We really enjoyed visiting with the women in the shop all dressed in their black and white suits, they were all very beautiful. We talked about all sorts of things. I was wearing my T-shirt from the Ellen show and that broke the ice really fast! We told them about my conch salad and the heat. They ...

      Shark Season - Time to Feed

      A travel blog entry by hecqs on Mar 17, 2011

      13 photos

      ... br> One South Florida man managed to escape death just few weeks ago after he was bitten on his left arm by a shark.. lucky for him the shark didn't go for the attack.

      So, enjoy the beach still, don't wear jewelries and avoid late afternoon swims when the fish are hungry and out to feed.

      When you come face to face with these sea creatures... punch them in their eyes and calm your self to safety....


      Day 17 & 18

      A travel blog entry by barbo1999 on Jan 25, 2011

      29 photos

      ... out and off to dinner...I should add this was probably our 6Th meal of the day!!! They definitely feed you on a cruise!!! Out and about tonight a little quiet not sure why!!! We get into port early tomorrow and on a tender ship to get to shore. I really dislike those small tenders. Coco cay is a private ...

      Culture shock at home?

      A travel blog entry by worldtraveler2 on Jul 21, 2010

      3 comments, 39 photos

      ... also felt a bit sad and disoriented that our wonderful trip was finally over. I had heard from many travelers coming home from long trip experiences have a bigger shock on their return home that when they first went abroad. I wondered how hard it will be to return to "normal" life or if I wanted to return at all! I know that the time, money and effort we spent on exploring this wonderful world was worth more than I ever thought possible and we would do ...

      The best day of the whole cruise

      A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Feb 26, 2010

      27 photos

      ... guide told us stories of when he was a child he played in this area and had no idea there were caves. He would come to get water and to gather native plants to use for medicinal purposes.

      After that, we walked over to the kayak launch area. I was the only solo person on the tour and since the kayaks were 2 man kayaks, I was paired with one of the boys from Utah, Philip, who was a member of his high school crew team. He is going to be attending UCSD in the fall on ...