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Country Visited: The Bahamas
Country Shape Classification: Fragmented
Country Development Classification: Developed
Specific Places Within Country Visited: Junkanoo Parade (Nassau)
Country Capital City: Nassau
Capital City Population: 321,834
Country Government Type: Constitutional Parliamentary Democracy and Commonwealth ...
... roadstead anchorage at Northwest channel but a calmer night. Which was good as the following jump to New providence was such a great sail.
Imagine the perfect sail. Warm wind, sunshine, beautiful blue and green water a couple of kilometers deep and a reach with full sail. It just does not get any better.
Simunye revelled in the light chop holding averages around 6.7 knots and topped out at a very respectable 7.3knots. When ...
This was my favourite island, and not just because of it's name. We stepped off the ship into the debilitating heat. I was looking forward to a nice air conditioned bus to show me around the island. Instead we were taken to these wired - totally illegal in Australia - open air taxis. (you will have to look at the attached photo cos it is difficult to describe) We went to a couple of lookouts, saw some iguanas then we ...
After we got back to the ship, Charles went back to the pool and I opted to go to the room. We got dressed for dinner and Charles went to swap our luggage tags before dinner as they gave us the wrong ones. We need to put the tags on our luggage before we put it in the hall tonight. I met him at the restaurant and noticed a lot of people standing in line and I just waltzed right by, into the restaurant and downstairs where our ...
... a replica of the mystical lost world of Atlantis. Of course the resort includes the largest casino in the Caribbean, thousands of rooms, dolphin encounters, etc., etc. This place has to be seen to be believed...
We caught a shuttle back to the ship and spent the afternoon relaxing around the (somewhat) empty pool deck.
Tomorrow is our first full day at sea, followed by Puerto Rico...