Bahama House Inn

Dunmore Street, Harbor Island, Out Islands, Bahamas | Inn
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This inn is located on Dunmore Street, Harbor Island.
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Travel Blogs from Harbor Island

Our US Holiday - Half Moon Cay

A travel blog entry by gtaviani on Oct 01, 2014

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... of tourist-type facilities. 50 staff permanently reside there. Other staff travel from other Bahamanian Islands to work there. Cornella (Nel) our guide, lives on an Island (Eleuthera) which is an hour and a half away by boat. Half Moon Cay is mainly limestone. There is a lagoon which is "protected"from fishing, but that doesn't stop Carnival hiring out Jet Skis for people to hoon around the lagoon! Nel pointed out bushes and trees which could be used to remedy ...

Through Current Cut to Egg Island, Eleuthera

A travel blog entry by inspiration38 on Jul 25, 2014

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... the wind died and we motored the rest of the way to Egg Island.  Egg Island had very clear, very pretty water. It was HOT with no wind. I dove on the anchor and then snorkeled around the boat for a bit to cool down. Finding a shady, yet breezy, spot on the boat can sometimes be a challenge...so I wedged myself in by the jerry cans. Not ideal...but it ...

Preacher's Cave

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Jun 19, 2014

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... here after coming ashore. They named their new island home, "Eleuthera" which is derived from the feminine form of the Greek adjective, eleutheros, meaning "free". They shaped an altar from a large boulder at the far end of the cave, which remarkably still stands, and conducted the island's first religious service there, earning the cave its name. The historic site is now used by visitors and locals for picnics and other social outings because of the lovely white sandy beach ...

Spanish Wells

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Jun 14, 2014

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Today after a brief visit to our nearby (4 miles) general store, on our return trip, we decided to make a deviation. We drove to the government dock, which is a short 2.5 mile journey from Turtle Cove. We parked our car and took the ferry to the island town of Spanish Wells. The ferry ride cost $9 per person round trip and took about 5 minutes. Soon after disembarking, we rented a golf cart to explore the town, which has two main ...

A bit of a stormy day at Castaway Cay

A travel blog entry by sdbaker99 on Jul 12, 2013

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... island.

Finally the storms subsided and most guests had gone back to the ship so we had a fairly deserted island to enjoy for the latter part of the afternoon on the family beach (it was still pretty overcast with just little patches of sun and blue sky every now and then). We finally packed up and headed back to the ship to get ready for the evening.

While everyone else got ready for dinner, I went ...