Travel Blogs from Nassau
... for cocktails and appetizers the next day and (thank god) were impressed with my "clean fresh flavors". It was a bit nerve racking cooking for a professional Chef and his friends but my all day hard work paid off and I was showered with compliments!
Monday morning the owners flew home and we set out for a 15 hour cruise to Albany, New Providence. 4-5 foot seas kept us all busy for the ...
... to pay a taxi if you want to go in Paradise Island. First, it's cheaper for the distance and only landscape front the bridge is the best. The waves of Nassau are huge compared with those of Cocoguay. Negative point: Paradise Island is too commercial.
But the cruise was a great experience where I practiced my English and I met new friends but since I got back to shore, I feel land sick. Now, I start my last week and I feel nostalgic already.
... into the middle of American hospitality and customer service. From the bell boy that took our bags to cleaning ladies, chefs, waiters etc we were greeted with smiles, 'hellos’ and ‘how are you today sir’. Now this I could get used to! I remember forgetting the fact that I was on a budget backpacking holiday around the world. Sarah and I quickly dubbed the 3 days’ taking a holiday from a ...
... br> But, all fed and watered, we made our way to the tiny little shoeboxes that would be our cabins for 3 nights. As we all travelled light for this trip, it blew my mind the amount of luggage some people had...considering there is absolutely no space in the cabin for luggage!! But, for me, it was straight into my bathing suit and up onto the deck to get some sunshine, water, and a cocktail!! The water was a wee bit chilly, but ...
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