Archive for February, 2012

Spring Break Electric Island- Music Festival

Spring Break Electric Island- Music Festival

In just 7 days the largest, most awesome spring break music festival that Nassau has ever seen will be kicking off right here. Spring Break industry-leader, Xtreme Trips and live music production partner, Brightsound Entertainment, have teamed up to offer one of the hottest music festivals to ever hit the Bahamas. Taking place just five [...]

Its okay to have too much fun: Bruise cruise 2

Its okay to have too much fun: Bruise cruise 2

Its okay to have too much fun in the Bahamas. Well that’s what the Bruise Cruisers thought, after having a successful first run at this concert and receiving press coverage from 11 magazines last year. Everyone thought it was worth doing twice. Not only was the traveling group bigger, but the laughs were enjoyable, the [...]

The Picture Perfect Bahamas giveaway

The Picture Perfect Bahamas giveaway

Have you been dreaming about getting away from the cold recess’s of the city? Are you fed up that you need a vacation , but cant afford one? Are you tired of reading this blog,  wishing you were enjoying the cool azul waters of the bahamas, while sipping on a delicious island drink? Well if [...]

If I were a Pirate – Rum Cay, Bahamas

If I were a Pirate – Rum Cay, Bahamas

If I were a Pirate This is where I’d be Slippers in the Sand Rum in my Hand Basking on Rum Cay!! Cheers to another Sandy Slipper Moment!! About the author: Fabian Christopher is the Managing editor and owner of Sandy Slipper Travel and online magazine. An avid enthusiast of the Bahamas, he is always [...]

Travelling with my eyes wide open- Eleuthera,The Real Bahamas

Travelling with my eyes wide open- Eleuthera,The Real Bahamas

The Bahamas has many things to offer and so much to see. For those of you who haven’t traveled farther than the outer bounds of the United States, its time for you to discover the real Bahamas; by traipsing through some of our other islands. For a longtime even as a local, I hadn’t experience [...]

Losing history,to gain a legacy- The Nassau Straw Market

Losing history,to gain a legacy- The Nassau Straw Market

Many things happen on an island and sadly go unnoticed, but one of those things that affected travelers and locals alike was when the straw market burned down in Nassau almost 11 years ago. To some it may seem trivial, but to many locals it characterized a stable form of life that searched to channel [...]


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