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500px Worldwide Photo Walk – Nassau, The Bahamas

500px worldwide Photo Walk    September 26, 2015 3pm-5pm Downtown Nassau, The Bahamas. Starting at Rawson Square at Sir Milo Butler Statue.   Sign up on the Facebook Event Page let us know you are coming. This year of 2015 The Bahamian Photographer, Rashad Penn will be hosting the 500px worldwide …

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What to do in Nassau- Pirates of Nassau

What to do in Nassau – Pirates of Nassau Museum  Located in the Downtown Area west of the Prince George Dock about a 5-8 minute walk, lies a large maroon building with the infamous scull and cross bones.  This symbol as many may know was the sign of a pirate …

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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 …

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The Cloisters

  Just a short trip over the bridge lies the Versailles Gardens and the Cloisters. Did you know that the garden and cloisters were originally a part of a French Monastery? The structure was built in the 12 or 13 century in Montrejau France by the Augustinian Order. Most people …

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Clifton Heritage Park

  Did you know that the Clifton heritage site dates back to more than 220 years ago? The property was originally owned by a Loyalist that left the Americas for the Bahamas by the name of John Wood. Its recorded that Mr Wood moved to Nassau and purchased land to …