Waterloo Lodge and Tennis Club

Address: \N, Nassau, New Providence Island, \N, Bahamas | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Nassau

Day 2 - Nassau, Bahamas

A travel blog entry by fiwigang on Jan 11, 2015

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... saw a lot of where Christopher Columbus discovered in Spain and it was interesting to know he was famous here too!

Today, The Bahamas has a parliamentary democracy, also known as a constitutional multi-party parliamentary democracy. Presently, there is no direct taxation, however there is an import tax.

The powder-white sand beaches of Nassau Paradise Island are said to be some of the most beautiful in the ...

Over the banks and across the next ditch.

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Dec 26, 2014

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... Cevelle (like a Trevally) of around 3kg in our bag (the rest put back to grow a little) that was the last of the fish for the trip. But damn it was tasty straight out of the water and into the pan for lunch.
If you havn't tried fish that fresh. Do it, I guarantee it will cure you of store-bought fish for life.

The night was spent on the banks. About 30nm onto the banks actually. Anchored in whats called an open road-stead. It means ...

Another day at sea

A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jul 07, 2014


... movie) watching a town go crazy eating, when that is pretty much all you do on a cruise. My plan was to put the kids to bed early as Tom and I had reserved tickets to a show called 'Burn the floor'. So we gave the kids dinner and had them sleeping before 7:30. The show was fun, bit raunchy, and the female vocalist was slightly better than poor. After the show our plan was to go to a restaurant after we checked on the kids. Unfortunately ...

A Day at Coco Cay

A travel blog entry by herlenegilbert on Jun 29, 2014

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... Dee Dee and Mike stopped for a visit and then it was time for them to go to the jet skis. Tricia, Trey and Celeste were going parasailing, so we walked over to see them off and watch from the shore. I found a hammock and gave that a try. I almost fell out, but managed to stay in. I did lose my sunscreen, but David retrieved it for me. Apparently someone had lost their change because there were pennies and quarters under the hammock. Missy got ...

Nassau, Bahamas

A travel blog entry by beadledove on Apr 21, 2014

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... and each additional piece of land you owned qualified you for an additional vote! It took some lobbying with the London establishment, but things eventually changed.

Barb and I walked through town to Junkanoo Beach and had a Presidente beer at a beach shack, Jyah's, co owned by a California girl and her Bahamian husband, Ben. Ben was a friendly sort and we enjoyed visiting over our beer.

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