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Crazy hours in Nassau


cschwall
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I would start with the ship's excursions and see if any of those interest you. They're designed to work with your hours.

 

We were in Nassau last Friday and I really wanted to try the walking food tour: http://trubahamianfoodtours.com/ Unfortunately, they were already booked up so we'll have to try again another time. It was probably just as well since it was really hot that day. :)

 

What we did instead was take the bus to the Fish Fry for lunch. Then we went to John Watling's rum distillery. They offer a free tour with samples. We've done the tour before so we just had some drinks at the bar and enjoyed the air conditioning. It was a nice way to spend an afternoon.

 

You could also go to one of the free beaches (Junkanoo or Cabbage Beach). With those hours, it's probably not worth paying for a day pass.

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When will you be there? When we were there in March, we had plenty of sunlight time to go to Cable Beach.

 

Another nearby excursion is to the British Colonial Hilton right near the pier.

 

A short walking tour could include the Hilton for drinks or tea, if not a day pass.

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