Looking for a vacation venue? Here it is. The Sunny Bahamas…
Plan your stay in the hidden treasure Islands of the Bahamas. There are many jewels here to visit. North Eleuthera has a bang of a venue. From the sporty Harbour Island to the serene Spanish Wells. Beaches included along with a fine cuisine of many flavours. Come and join us for fun and sun…and don’t forget the Relaxation!!!
My Favorite Summer Get Away Place:
A new page will begin on the next chapter of my favorite Summer Getaway Place:
Many years ago my family used to visit a well know touristy town in the Smokey Mountains. Because of the friendly atmosphere, we always noticed an increase in the amount of visitors. Of course they had novilties and trinkets you could buy and take home and really great food it always prevailed that their most admireable trait was their kindness and willingness to be nice to people. What does your area determine your re-visits from tourists?
Here in the Bahamas we must to embrace the avenue of sustainable revenue through tourism. Afterall, there are few avenues that will sustain revenue over years of time. With this in mind let’s look at some of the ammenities that the Bahamas offers:
The Venue: Second to none and noticibly so:
Who wouldn’t want to relax on a pristine beach with this view?
Some of the best “home made” fast foods you’ll ever find!!
And cuisine beyond compare:
And sometimes they’re made fresh daily too…
Beauty in the trail mix:
There are so many beautiful plants in the Bahamas. There are gorgeous trails and island adventures to visit. Many jst don’t realise the potential in generating an interest to this type of venue that people would love to come and see.
Seems that these days everyone has an opinion of their own about everything. Of course there’s nothing wrong with this because we have what we call freedom.
Time doesn’t show favorites to anyone. It effortlessly keeps profound perfection as it moves through our universe. Undisrupted by none, from the least to the greatest. Doesn’t everyone wish they could pause a few moments to indulge in the moment?
A friend and neighbor passed away last night and he was not yet 50. Time is so short when you think about it. One day you’re here and the next you’re gone. One day we’ll all have to face the wrecklessness of time. Yes I spelled it wrong, but on purpose. Many times, time, is like a train wreck. Or a car wreck. It is sometimes just a wreck.
In this short page I say:
Take time to be special to someone. It only takes a kind word for many to receive a good feeling from you.
Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, and Season Greetings to everyone.
Here in the Bahamas we don’t exactly feel much cool weather. This past week and last night we had a “cool change”. Brisk winds and a few brief showers has left us with a little wintery blast.
One day I hope all my fans and friends can visit us here on our small little piece of paradise. Spanish Wells is only 2 miles long and 1/2 mile wide but connected to Russells Island which is somewhat bigger, by a small, one lane, bridge. There are many things, though, to do here. If you like nature, we have land nature and water nature. There are many guides to help you choose an adventure. From just a relaxing day at the beach to a nice, scenic drive to see Eleuthera and all it’s nature.
Remember, I’m in the Bahamas, a Great place to visit…
Are we getting Cooler??
Seems as though our Sunny Bahamas may get a cool down this weekend. As we watch and try to keep up with the everchanging weather, it just seems to change again.
This weekend is forecast to be really cool. Maybe in the Sunny 50’s. Although as the cold fronts drift South and East and bring a few clouds in, it still seems to be a Golden Lining at the end of every passing front. Oh yes, it’s still cool, but that freshly warm glow of Sunshine makes everything feel “Bahamery”.(If that’s a word).
If you’ve never witnessed this cool, warm feeling come and visit and feel for yourself. We would love to host you into the Cool Warm and a New Norm,(so to speak).
Look at that rainbow in the foreground of the front.
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