Riding Rock Inn Resort and Marina

Address: Riding Rock Point, San Salvador, Out Islands, Bahamas | Resort
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This resort, located on Riding Rock Point, San Salvador, is near Dixon Hill Lighthouse, Landfall Park, Watling's Castle, and East Beach.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Beach
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Airport Transportation

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          Travel Blogs from San Salvador

          "I like it up the front."

          A travel blog entry by paradiselost on Jul 30, 2013

          19 photos

          ... 8211; but on this occasion I also came within touching distance of a turtle who I promptly named Tommy. The way Tommy glided through the water, all his details clear to me, was just like something you'd see in an Attenborough documentary. As such, having seen turtles up close in both Florida and the Bahamas, I am going to take myself to see Kenny the Carver on the island and have him carve me a turtle out of wood to take home. Had you been keeping up to date with my previous posts ...


          A travel blog entry by paradiselost on Jul 13, 2013


          ... only upon searching the forthcoming weather on the internet did I discover that "Chantal" was a tropical storm. It was supposed to be sweeping in toward the latter end of the week and lasting a few days. It did in fact come, lasting only one day and it's impact far less than had been suggested. This was not to say there were no casualties though. We tragically lost one member of the island - Fleetwood. I heard ...

          "So you got a boyfriend...?"

          A travel blog entry by paradiselost on Jul 13, 2013

          1 comment

          ... eaten much the majority of which was just fluid. Bright red fluid. I went to bed crying, blood in ones sick is not a good sign. It can represent all kinds of fatal disease lurking beneath the skin, coursing through the body, sucking out life and breath as your being is confined to one eventuality: death. However, the intoxicated mind has a very selective memory and after a gentle reminder from a fellow party goer the next morning I came to ...

          "Sharing the love and charitable donations"

          A travel blog entry by paradiselost on Jun 30, 2013

          ... is being transferred to Long Island. I thought brilliant, I'm all in for getting drunk in celebration of a woman I have never met. It was a wonderful, Bahamian affair with plenty of alcohol and food - mac and cheese (or macaroni cheese as we call it at home) fried chicken, peas, rice, salad, and cracked conch. As the party was drawing to an end Rhonda decided to give a speech and so the verbal diarrhoea ensued. She thanked friends, family, colleagues, declaring her love for ...

          "I've got crabs."

          A travel blog entry by paradiselost on Jun 30, 2013

          3 comments, 2 photos

          ... that and the mesh covering the inside of my windows means that I am fairly well protected against unwelcome visitors rocking up claiming squatters rights. Crabs are different though. Species like the Hermit crab start out minuscule, they scuttle around under a shell barely noticeable, but my do they grow! My first encounter with a crab was in my first week here. I was sat on the patio, maxing and relaxing, drink in hand, when the biggest, creepiest white crab ...