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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 …

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Balcony House

Did you know that Balcony House may be the oldest house in the city of Nassau? Not the oldest building but oldest residential home, records as far back as 1788 report a small structure on the property. This map and historical time will place Balcony House in the Loyalist era. …

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Government House

  Did you know that Government House is listed as the official residence of the Governor General of the Bahamas? The original government house was the home of Governor Richard Fitzwilliam and was completed in 1737 but was soon replaced with a new building built in the Georgian Colonial style …

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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 …