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Pine Forest of the Bahamas

  Bahamian Pine Forest The Bahamian Pine is what we know it as but it is known as the Caribbean Pine, Yellow pine or its scientific name (Pinus caribaea var. bahamensis) Pine forest can only be found in the northern islands of the Bahamas, namely the four islands of  Grand …

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The West Indian Flamingo – The National Bird of the Bahamas

[amazon text=Amazon&asin=​ Phoenicopterus ruber a name that is as funny as its owner, The West Indian Flamingo also known as the Caribbean flamingo.  The flamingos are mainly found in four areas around the world, The Galapagos Islands, Southern Caribbean, Northern Caribbean and the Yucatan Peninsula all in various and numerous …

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The International Bazaar – The Lost Shopping Mecca

The Place that Time Forgot   Visiting Grand Bahama on a personal note, I decided to walk through the International Bazaar. As a young lad i spent many days roaming the Bazaar running through crowded narrow passage ways and slipping by the many tourist and locals alike enjoying a lively …

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Briland Sweet eh! pt 2 – A working trip

    Harbour Island, this tiny island 3.5×1.5 miles is located less than a mile  east of the North Eleuthera. Takes about 5-8 minutes on a ferry (small transportation boat) to reach there at a a cost of $5.00. Arriving at the dock there were locals haggling to help with …