I have over 200 pictures from my vacation in the Bahamas. I wanted to show you a few more pics. If you ever get a chance, jump on board a Carnival cruise to an exotic location. It's worth it, plus you will have a fabulous time. So without further ado . . .
It was a Dog Day Afternoon. Get it?
This is near the Nassau pier (or the bay) where my Carnival cruise ship docked for the day.
Oh, palm trees. They were coconuts on the top of those trees, but I wasn't going to try and fetch one. Even if I did, U.S. Customs won't allow you to bring fruit, vegetables or soil into Miami.
This is a catering shop in the local neighborhood of Nassau where I was walking in. It was closed for the day.
Again, if you are ever in the Bahamas, I wholeheartedly recommend the "Fish Fry" restaurant. It is the best seafood restaurant on the Nassau Island.
Apparently, conch (pronounced konk) is a Bahama delicacy. There were a slew of these "conch fritters" bar & grill eateries all over the island. Conch is to the Bahamas, as fast food is to America.
This is the recently built Dockendale House, a four-story, $5 million corporate headquarters of the Dockendale Shipping Company owned by the late George Campbell. The Dockendale assists in helping cargo ships export goods through the Bahamas and the world. Yes, they are doing it big in the Bah-Bah.
And the big willie celebrities are living in homes right on the marina as well. Here are a few of them.
More fishes at the Atlantis Hotel's HUUUUUGE Aquarium. It was off the heezy! The Atlantis is the Bahamas most luxurious hotel in Nassau.
I definitely enjoyed my summer vacation in the Bahamas.