Skip to Content

Nassau, Bahamas

Bahamas 1

Our final stop before heading back to the U.S. was in Nassau. I have always wanted to go to Nassau and visit the Atlantis Resort, unfortunately we didn’t make it over to that side of the island this trip.

Bahamas 2

Nassau was very tourist (and shopping) friendly. We saw a McDonalds, Dunkin Donuts, Hilton, and a few other places that resembled home. The bus driver joked that if you need to find the Embassy, just find the McDonalds (which were right next to each other).

Bahamas Collage

For this excursion we chose a trip to the Ardastra Gardens Zoo, which included another bus tour through the city with a few stops along the way.

Bahamas 3

One of the nights on the ship we watched Gnomeo and Juliet… I know, I know, watching an animated kid movie on our honeymoon… but it was actually very cute.

Bahamas 4

This little guy reminded me of Featherstone. (See clip below)

 
The world famous marching flamingos

Bahamas 5

Bahamas 6

I think that big guy on the right was sizing me up

Bahamas 7

It was amazing how the animals just walk around outside of cages

Bahamas 8

Feeding the Lory Parrots… very friendly little guys

Bahamas 9

And smart… they could eat the apple and leave the peel

Bahamas 10

The Queen’s Staircase

Bahamas 11

I know they say not to drink the water anywhere, but what about local cokes?

Tomorrow I will post our final stop back in Miami, where we had a several hours before our flight departed so we decided to visit Jungle Island.

Half Moon Cay, Bahamas
← Read Last Post
Visiting Miami, Florida? Stop by Jungle Island (formerly Parrot Island) to get up close and personal with a variety of birds. Jungle Island is home to Pinky. the iconic bicycle-riding cockatoo.
Visit Jungle Island in Miami, Florida
Read Next Post →

Sharing is Caring

Help spread the word. You're awesome for doing it!