Archive for July, 2011

A tale of two friends: Rumshop Ryan & BahamasDread

A tale of two friends: Rumshop Ryan & BahamasDread

The tale below is a story of two friends, the Bahamas, Nassau Royale and a wild party on the beach! How it happened: Ryan and I met online during a chance encounter when he stumbled onto my blog because I was talking about the Bahamas, and the inner details of an island getaway, and I [...]

The Bahamas where memories are created: Sun, Sand & Sea

The Bahamas where memories are created: Sun, Sand & Sea

Why I love the Bahamas: Three words sum it up so easily! Sun, Sand and Sea These three words have been used to describe the Bahamas for as long as I can remember.  When I wake up in the morning and a bout of nostalgia hits me these are the views that come to mind! [...]

Touring Ole Nassau

Touring Ole Nassau

Upon visiting Nassau there are many things to see such as historical museums, old fort’s and gun armory’s occupied by British soldiers during the war and beautifully restored museums. Its easy to get lost in time as you walk around the cobble stoned areas of downtown and become enchanted by the days of yesteryear, that [...]

The Biggest fish in the Sea

The Biggest fish in the Sea

Some days its cool being the biggest fish in the sea, and some days it ain’t! For Dave Albury a very happy angler aboard the “Double dog” it was his day to smile proudly as him and his crew hauled in the most magnificent specimen of the tournament; a 1,119lb blue marlin during the Bahamas [...]

The Big Bad Hurricane

The Big Bad Hurricane

So last night Tropical depression Bret was upgraded to a Tropical storm and quite honestly I’m not to concerned yet. I know many of my friends who have never lived through a hurricane or an extreme weather situation may find my nonchalant attitude kind of unsettling, but it comes with good reason. Every year in [...]

The Perfect Getaway

The Perfect Getaway

Yesterday I visited the beach, and I just observed. I heard the squeal of little children, I saw parents seemingly relieved to be on the beach and I saw people enjoying their time in paradise and it got me thinking. Often we make life so complicated and complex with the gathering of things and the [...]

Island Life: Sailing

Island Life: Sailing

Sailing: The only thing I find contagious about living in the Bahamas,is the cool vibes, the relaxing atmosphere and the open water. I often wondered what it would feel like to wake up in the morning without a care in the world, push open your front door and lo and behold there would be  nothing [...]

The do’s and don’ts about tanning and the Beach body!

The do’s and don’ts about tanning and the Beach body!

With summer already here and the beach calling your name. Many of you will be embarking on trips to the beach or destinations unknown. Like many of my friends who hail from all over the world, some of you are going to involve yourself in that rare ritual of tanning and beach fun. I know [...]

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