Bimini Ocean Villas

Radio Beach, Bimini, Out Islands, Bahamas | Villa
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Location

This villa, located on Radio Beach, Bimini, is near Dolphin Expeditions, Stones of Atlantis, Bimini Road, and Tuna Alley.
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    Travel Blogs from Bimini

    Good Eats!

    A travel blog entry by inspiration38 on Feb 03, 2014

    8 photos

    ... food and brings it to town at 11:30am. The locals pick up their food from her, and she even makes a run to the school for their lunch break. She sells out everyday! Her daily choices include: Fried Chicken, BBQ Chicken, Curry Chicken, Ribs, Turkey meatloaf, Fried Baracuda, Conch Rice, Peas and Rice, Fried plantains, Mac & Cheese, Coleslaw, green salad, corn, carrots ...

    Bimini - On Island Time!!!

    A travel blog entry by bimini.travel on Jun 22, 2012

    19 photos

    ... David and Vicki were there so we were sure to have a great trip.

    Our trip in May didn't begin so well. TSA!!! Wow. Sherri, who exercises daily often takes 'power' walks. As we live in the country with wild animals and the like, I thought it important for her to carry protection. Pepper spray didn't make sense because of the wind. So, because I'm such a great husband, I took it upon myself to buy her a small 6 inch medal bar ...

    On Island Time

    A travel blog entry by rara-bep on Apr 30, 2011

    5 comments, 11 photos

    ... different. We started out trolling and caught a nice size King Mackerel. We don't eat Mackerel so we threw him back. Then, I pulled in 1/2 of a bonita..........I guess a shark got the other half. Of course, they are not good for eating either. A friend of Mary Gail and Milton Holcombe gave us some spots to ...

    On our way...

    A travel blog entry by hejira on Dec 17, 2010

    3 photos

    ... is away from any major shoals and is apparently not the busy shipping route - both pluses for an overnight in a new setting.

    We set our course and made our way around North Rock to start our journey across. I was just serving up dinner when I overheard some activity on the VHF - the sailboat we thought about following couldn't find the channel into Bimini and had run aground. The marina came out and rescued them, so it was no big ...

    Day 2-3: The Infamous Crossing

    A travel blog entry by mbust02 on Nov 28, 2010

    Thursday, Thanksgiving, we wake up to a lot on our plate (no pun intended). The plan is to leave that afternoon for the Bimini islands which means we sail through the night and arrive in the Bahamas the next day. Needing a good last supper before we're off, Becca cooks us Thanksgiving dinner around noon. And it was good. I didn't know food that delicious could be cooked in our pint-sized galley. Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, yams, cranberry sauce, gravy, and pumpkin pie ...