Bayshore Inn

East Bay Street, Nassau, New Providence Island, Bahamas | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Nassau

Lots of Beach

A travel blog entry by dyer0930


... on the island, but not only were the shops locked up, but the fort as well. We continued on, aiming for the famed Cable Beach for our picnic lunch and swimming outing, but it was under a stormcloud when we got there. We had passed a small beach with a playground a couple miles east, and it hadn't been raining there, so we headed back that way.

It was Saunders Beach, and it turned out to be a wonderful ...

Black point

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing


Keeping moving we head back out into the Exhuma sound to The Dortham cut so we can get behind shelter again and hopefully from here just sail up the Exhuma bank. A lovely clean bay and very friendly people a shore with all the things cruisers need so not sure why it does not get a better right ...

Cruising Bahamas in style with Jorge the Butler

A travel blog entry by loujoshell


... we saw Eddie Murphy's private island and sooooo much more. Oh and the weather has been awesome, except today is a tad chilly, actually it's frickin' freezing but I guess it's preparing us for New York and Colorado.
Take care all - luv from us. ...

Atlantis Aqua Fun!!!

A travel blog entry by zolina


... fun. We ended up staying quite a while, because the next day was a day at sea and we didn’t have to get up early. But eventually I got fed up with hearing the same songs and same jokes, so I left to go up to the pool where there was a latin music party. But it was just a bunch of people learning line dances to songs I don’t know. I stayed for a while until Mom came to find me, and we soon headed back to the cabin to go to sleep. It was sometime after ...


A travel blog entry by nls721

Stated out with the breakfast buffet. Dived with Stuart Cove. The first dive was a wall dive. As soon as we got into the water and put on our masks and looked under we could see sharks. I was a little afraid. But continued on. The entire dive there were sharks around us, usually 2 or 3 at a time. They were about 6'. We also saw lion fish, barracuda and even a large stingray plus numerous other fish. There was a wreck ...


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