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The Public Library

Located far behind the Parliament Buildings of Bay street is a weird looking building that many will walk by with out taking a second glance. This building  however has a history spanning further back than all the buildings in front of it. This is the Public Library of Nassau.   …

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The Queens Staircase aka 66 steps

If you are up for a bit of a walk from the downtown hustle and bustle, then the Queen’s Staircase may be just the place you should visit. Take a leisurely walk headed in a south eastern direction from Rawson Square and you will soon happen upon this historic location. …

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Island Hoping

The problem with parents is that their children will often pick up a few of their life’s habits. In my case there is no difference, however the most interesting thing that both my parents have is a love for travel. As a younger child I was never interested in traveling …

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Northern Island Hop – The Drive

The Northern islands of the Bahamas as considered by some are New Providence, Andros, Bimini and the Berry Islands, Grand Bahama, Abaco and Eleuthera.  Roughly six named islands although without counting the vast amount of cays its almost impossible to say how many islands there are.  This trip I took …

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Northern Island Hop pt2 – The Boat

I had arrived at my destination, but the rush was not over yet. I asked for directions from a few fishermen that were nearby tending their nets and boats as they looked as if they were up from earlier than I was and without coffee they seemed to be bright …

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Northern Island Hop pt3 – The Misshapp

  Leaving McLeans town were myself, a young lady and her baby and an older gentleman. “This  a light load” the captain said mainly because “its Sunday and folks gone off to church.” it seemed fitting. The engine roared as we sped off toward what seemed to me a large …

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THE BOARD WALK

The board walk is a simple photo of the planks of wood that make up the board walk on a local beach in Nassau. The wood is fairly close to the sand so it made the image basically flat, mainly because of the lack of color contrast. The way I …