The Bahamian Village

Address: Long Island, Out Islands, Bahamas | 3 star ranch
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This 3 star ranch, located in Long Island, is near Cape Santa Maria, Columbus Point, Conception Island, and Deadman's Cay Caves.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Bahamian Village Long Island

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Long Island

Long Island - Clarence Town

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on Mar 20, 2014

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... I think! Very clean, fab churches although maybe could do with a little shop or bank! 22/3/14 Plans to move out the marina but fuel boat has arrived and we are trapped in! Hey, at least it's calm in here for a few hours longer! Sitting watching movies we are invaded by the local moth, that Eric was convinced was a bat, at least the size of Eric's hand! Enough said Sally hides down stairs whilst Eric try's to get a picture. 4 moths later all lights are turned off and they fly ...

On Our Way

A travel blog entry by retiredgypsies on Mar 13, 2014

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... so very willing to share their paradise. Our hosts, Mike and Marianne, were also welcoming, helpful, gracious and so very willing to share their paradise. They made sure we saw both the ritzy and the real of Long Island. We visited with the wealthy who frequent villas and resorts, and enjoyed food and drinks at local Bahamian bars and restaurants. They introduced us to the local Kalik beer and to the Sundowner (local mango ...

Farewell to Long Island

A travel blog entry by retiredgypsies on Mar 12, 2014

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Today is our last day before heading back to Nassau, then Newark, on to Zurich and finally arriving in Athens on Friday. We've spent our last couple of mornings working on and around Mike and Marianne's house, going swimming and snorkelling in the afternoon, and then finding a Happy Hour somewhere. Dinner tonight is take-away from Mario's--pumpkin soup, cracked conch, grouper, lobster, potato salad and cole slaw. A veritable Bahamian ...

Crossing the Tropic of Cancer

A travel blog entry by retiredgypsies on Mar 10, 2014

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... are unnecessary and one is always able to admire the passing view. The moon waxes horizontally here (from the bottom up) so that it can catch the rain. The strombid leap is not a dance but how the conch moves using their little claw. One travels 'up south' and 'down north. In the days before road travel the main mode of transportation was by sailboat. Since the prevailing winds are from the southeast, to sail south would be to ...

Cruising Long Island, Bahamas

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Dec 15, 2012

33 photos

... careful upwind sail in ESE at 10-12 kts along the shallow obstacle course until we had to turn too far upwind and had to motor sail to reach an intermediate stop at the nice bay adjacent to Whale Head. Arriving at 1630, under 5 miles from our intended destination at Salt Pond, we were losing too much light to safely continue on.

One of two highlights of the day was getting buzzed by a US Coast Guard helicopter flying ...