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The two RV Gypsies visited Nassau, Bahamas
Motto: Forward, Upward, Onward, Together
November 14, 2014

Views of Nassau as seen from the Norwegian Getaway ship

View of Nassau as seen from the Norwegian Getaway ship
View of Nassau as seen from the Norwegian Getaway ship
View of Nassau as seen from the Norwegian Getaway ship
View of Nassau as seen from the Norwegian Getaway ship
cruise ships
cruise ships
welcome to Nassau Bahamas sign

Located on New Providence Island, Nassau has an attractive harbour, a colorful blend of old world and colonial architecture, a busy port, and a tropical climate.

Nassau developed directly behind the port area. New Providence provides 200 km of relatively flat and low-lying land intersected by low ridges (none of which restricted settlement). In the centre of the island there are several shallow lakes that are tidally connected.

The city's proximity to the United States (290 km east-southeast of Miami, Florida) has contributed to its popularity as a holiday resort. The Atlantis resort on nearby Paradise Island accounts for more tourist arrivals to the city than any other hotel property. The mega-resort employs over 6,000 Bahamians, and is the largest employer outside government.

Nassau features a tropical monsoon climate with relatively consistent temperatures throughout the course of the year. Summertime temperatures reach about 32 degrees Celsius (90 degrees Fahrenheit) and the winter months have daytime temperatures between 73 and 81F, rarely falling below 59F.

The islands of the Bahamas sign
Karen Duquette at The islands of the Bahamas sign
bahamas band
Junkanoo Beach sign

The bar on the beach in the photo below had "All you can drink" drinks (up to 200 drinks) for only $30. The two RV Gypsies wonder if anyone ever made it to 200 drinks and survived. Yeah Right!

painted trash can on the beach

Karen wanted to go in the water, but Lee did not, so they just relaxed on the beach for awhile.

Karen at Junkanoo Beach
Junkanoo Beach and cruise ships
the lighthouse
Karen Duquette and the lighthouse
a Carnival cruise ship

Norwegian Pearl and the Norwegian Getaway cruise ships. Karen has cruised on each of these ships.

Norwegian Pearl cruise shipo
Norwegian Getaway cruise ship

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Menu for the two RV Gypsies on a cruise
with the radio station WSRZ and 200 people.
November 8-15, 2014
You may visit these eight (8) sections in any order you choose,
but of course the end of the cruise is best viewed last.

Norwegian Getaway ship

Parties on the ship

St. Thomas

Senor Frogs - St. Thomas / signs

Nassau, Bahamas (this sign)

Senor Frogs-Bahamas / signs

St. Maarten

Cruise ending - back in Miami

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go to the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesAFTER you have seen all eight (8) sections above, please continue to see how the two RV Gypsies wintered in their RV in south Florida.


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