Archive for August, 2010

The Staycation Part 2- Adventure Begins…

The Staycation Part 2- Adventure Begins…

So with my accommodations all set and my palace feeling quite slept in. I decided to venture outside the palace walls and see what fun I could get into. As I meandered through the brochures, booklets and the handouts so conveniently left by Sharlene on the counter; my curiosity was peaked by one in particular, [...]

A Bahamian Love Letter

A Bahamian Love Letter

I am a newly singled Man looking for Romance. I enjoy long walks on the Beach Quiet sundays Watching the sun rise over the calm blue waters of the Bahamas I am easily pleased and will laugh at your jokes I enjoy being held at night and won’t argue about who does the dishes Some [...]

The Staycation in the Bahamas-Part 1

The Staycation in the Bahamas-Part 1

The idea for the Staycation began to evolve when I realized that I needed to unwind for a few days and what better place to do it, than in my own backyard; The Bahamas. Some of you may be baffled as to what a staycation is, but a staycation is when an individual stays at [...]

The Ultimate Vacation within a Vacation.

The Ultimate Vacation within a Vacation.

Has anybody ever considered what it would be like to take a vacation at home? But what if you already live and work in paradise or a reasonably high tourist destination, but don’t get to enjoy it that much. What would you do? This is the question I posed to myself last week and I’m [...]

Interested in Winning a $5,000 trip to the Bahamas?

Interested in Winning a $5,000 trip to the Bahamas?

If you’re interested in winning a $5,000 trip to the Bahamas, the British Colonial Hilton is searching for you? In honor to commemorate their 10th year anniversary the British Colonial Hilton has put together one of helluva a promotion for you zany Facebook fans out there. The trip includes: * Five day / four night [...]

Happy Emancipation Day Bahamas

Happy Emancipation Day Bahamas

On the 1st August 1834, the Act for the abolition of Slavery throughout all British colonies came into effect in the Bahamas. As with all things that dealt with slavery, there would be a transitionary period before full freedom could be realized.  There was a compulsory “apprenticeship” system that was implemented to usher the slaves [...]


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