The first day of summer, as seen from the jetty at the Atlantis Marina, Paradise Island, Bahamas.
The ongoing hunt for guava duff continued today and had us driving for what felt like forever (actually, it was about 30 minutes, but for us islanders that’s just shy of forever). Continue reading
Nassau has no shortage of sandy-white beaches and most are well used by tourists and locals alike. One spot that seldom gets the media attention in “Best Beaches in Nassau” lists, but is a local favourite is Montagu Beach, nested along the eastern end of Bay Street on the North coast of New Providence.
Two seagulls take in the view, and enjoy the breeze, from a convenient perch on Saunders Beach, Nassau, Bahamas.
Yesterday we took a quick trip to the Potter’s Cay Dock, under the Paradise Island Bridge in Nassau, Bahamas. It was busy as usual (a growing competitor to the more popular Arawak Cay, perhaps?) but something different caught our attention: the near total monopoly that Kalik Beer has on signage sponsorship! Of the 26 stalls we photographed, 25 had Kalik signs and 1 a Sands Beer sign. Take a look!