Creekside Lodge

Address: Cargill Creek, Andros, Out Islands, Bahamas | Lodge
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Location

This lodge, located on Cargill Creek, Andros, is near Blue Holes, Forfar Field Station, Somerset Beach, and Morgan's Bluff.
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Travel Blogs from Andros

Exploring castaway cay

A travel blog entry by misiurka on Apr 09, 2015

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To day we had a buffet breakfast and put on out beach clothes because we had to get off at a special private disney island. First we went swimming at the beach and went on a water slide. There was two slides one was a open roof slide and a dark closed one. It was so fun. After that dad and I went snorkelling and spotted some ...

At Sea

A travel blog entry by roamingrunner on Mar 10, 2015

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Since today is a Sea Day (meaning we do not drop anchor), I thought I'd describe our ship a little more. The Regal Princess debuted last year, which means that this is her maiden season. You can really tell the ship is brand-new and the crew is very proud of her.

Our room this time was a mini-suite, which means that in addition to a balcony we also had a separate sitting room. They saved a ton of space on this ...

Princess Cays

A travel blog entry by roamingrunner on Mar 09, 2015

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Today we docked in Princess Cays, a private beach specifically designed for cruisers. The beach is located in the Bahamas, a hop, skip, and a jump from Florida. Yesterday we spent relaxing on the beach (for a couple of hours in the shade - both of us are sensitive to the sun), then we headed back to the boat for trivia. Not to brag, but we are pretty good! Usually they have teams of 6 answering questions but we typically test just ourselves. We get all of the history, art, and ...

First Impressions

A travel blog entry by roxie.carpenter on Feb 21, 2015

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... much the same as Captain Birdseye. "G'day mate" we're the first words out of his mouth and I learnt his name was Stretch (real name never revealed to this day) He is a kiwi and introduced himself as my watch leader. I was promptly instructed to go below, make up my bunk and get issued my kit. All I can say is I'm glad I packed light - I had a top bunk at the very front aka the port bow with a small locker to stow my belongings. After organising I had a chance to meet other voyage ...

What a day, no coco cay!

A travel blog entry by ally9805 on Jan 08, 2011

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... spend the night there plus the entire day tomorrow, so hey, I can't complain. We're going to the Bahamas!

We spend the rest of the day chilling on the ship, soaking up a little sun, and drinking pina coladas. I know, tough life. We also watched the men's belly flop competition which was pretty hilarious.

We decide that we are going to eat in Nassau so we don't make any ...