Pick-a-dilly Parliament Inn
Travel Blogs from Nassau
... Nassau. The two women thanked us for the ride, and we thanked them for the wonderful news that they brought us. We had hired a driver for the day because we would not be staying overnight in The Bahamas and needed a place to keep out bags for the day. The driver parked the car on a side street just a few blocks from the downtown, and we walked to the heart of the parade. Looking at photos and videos of Junkanoo will ...
... Only some old fishermen there so no one to hang out with. Back to room for shower, TV and bed.
(after Harbour Island)
Flight to Nassau was bumpy. Taxi to Orange Hill with Chinese girl from Miami. Check back in and hang out.
Windy and rainy through the night but just windy in morning. A bit of sun. Get ready and check out. Jinkney to downtown. Walk around and see the area. Lots of shops for tourists. Their market has ...
... was giving way to a ghost town, we turned around and retraced our steps back to the Prince George Wharf area, and enjoyed lunch (and free wifi) at Sharkeez.
After lunch we ventured south to the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas. On our way, we passed the Government House, with its Christopher Columbus statue in front. We had the art gallery all to ourselves, and ...
... tigers and they ran through a hoop of 'fire' and roared into a microphone. Pretty simple but very cute. And Samuel, being a true star, did very well. After the amazing concert Tom, Adalia and I went to get Cannoli from the bakery and ate it on the deck. Quite relaxing and yummy. But it was soon time to collect Tiger Sammy from Kids Club. We wiped off his tiger face and took him to the water slides. Adalia enjoyed her play in the kids pool before dinner and bed. ...
Arrived in Big Stirrup Cay, a private island of NCL.
Rode a tender to go there at 11pm.
Had lunch buffet of barbecue pork,chicken n others.
Walk by the beach.
Lie in a lounge and sun bath.
Play ping pong and wet my feet on the beach.
Return to ship.
Swim in heated ...