Arawak Inn

West Bay Street , Nassau, New Providence Island, Bahamas | Inn
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This inn, located on West Bay Street , Nassau, is near Blue Lagoon Island, Cable Beach, Queen's Staircase, and Water Tower.
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    Travel Blogs from Nassau

    Our US Holiday - Sass' B'day, Nassau

    A travel blog entry by gtaviani on Oct 02, 2014

    1 photo

    ... to the Pirate's museum which was air conditioned. A little bit of shopping for a birthday gift for Sarah...a Birthday in Nassau. How exotic! Back on the boat just before 3.30pm. Barely had time to have a shower before we were pulling out of port.... Got some photos, but largely only from a distance unfortunately. Had a sleep then out to dinner at the Wind Star with Em, before a night out... The Brits... Great show sat right up ...

    St Thomas

    A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jul 09, 2014

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... blindfolded, and guess people's birthdays (she was the most impressive) and people's money disappearing, then reappearing inside oranges. We were seated at a table with a couple from Dallas, and two guys formerly from New York, now living in Florida. The two guys continually told us they weren't gay (there wives and children were at the table behind them) but they certainly were drunk! It was sobering though to hear ...

    A day On a Catamaran and Snorkeling

    A travel blog entry by eljo_adventures on Apr 06, 2014

    18 photos

    ... green seas.

    Once on board, get the lowdown on safety as you cruise comfortably to your special snorkeling site either the Rose Island reef, depending on the day’s conditions. Relax on the catamaran deck or in the shade for the scenic 30-minute journey—along the way, look for the impressive, ...

    Our beloved Great Stirrup Cay

    A travel blog entry by gilmer on Apr 05, 2014

    272 photos

    ... and then headed back to the beach to do some snorkelling.

    We found a nice area of a beach that only had a couple of people swimming in it. Still - the majority of people were in the same area as in previous cruises. I don't understand why people want to huddle together in one area when there are so many other beautiful areas to swim in. To each is own - That's what they always say..

    Anyways, Joanne and I took some food from the buffet to use while snorkelling - to bring ...

    Cruise to Nassau

    A travel blog entry by rangerrick247 on Jun 28, 2013

    6 photos

    ... per cigar. Explore one of the many cafés or liquor stores that sell the Montecristos, the Cohibas, the Romeo y Julietas, just to name a few. Tips are greatly appreciated by the Bahamians offering their services. It is customary to tip, especially by tourists. Also, do not worry about the exchange rate if you are an American tourist. The exchange rate ratio is 1:1 and many businesses will even give change back in American currency. The country is ...