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Travel Blogs from Nassau
Around noonish, we get off the ship and check-out downtown Nassau. It's very similar to other places I've been in the Caribbean. Once you exit the port, there are several vendors selling things. We don't plan for any excursions and instead, my mother-in-law hires a van to take us around Nassau (at least somewhat close to the port). It's air-conditioned inside the van and after having ...
We drove over a bridge, and saw our Norwegian Cruise Line ship waiting for us ready to set sail to the Bahamas. We didn't know what to expect at all, as both of us had never been near a cruise ship before. We checked in as if we were boarding a plane, but quicker, and walked onto the ship. With our room not being ready yet, we took a wander around the vessel, it had 2 pools, a basketball court, gym, and that was just on the top deck. Below there was 6 ...
... pack all are stuffs. Done packing and decided to take a shower and relaxed. I fail asleep and later Ellie woke me up.
We went to the Dorothy meeting. Tasia and Jen bought everyone a drink . later we went to the sport bar to eat. then we bought them a Miami vince drink. Afterward we went to this activity and we had a great time I was surprise how competitive my wife can be.
We went to a couple of show and we went ...
... in the Jacuzzi and walk the jogging track.
Had an Asian theme buffet iin the Garden Cafe.
Saw dancing in the Spice H2o.
The theme was the 80s music. Stay there till 11 Pm.
Had midnight snack at Sheehan,s ---hamburger n fries.
Met a Pinoy couple from NJersey.
... as the next best way of travel, the best part is all prices are fixed and no one tries to take advantage of the visitors with extras.
Tha casino at Atlantis was was but nothing when compared to Vegas. the Casino at Wyndham reminded me of the tiny casinos in Calif.
There is no need to exchange US currency, as US dollars are accepted at almost all places and most credit cards are also accepted. 1 US $ = 1 Bahamian Dollar