Yesterday I described a cruise to the Bahamas. Today you can view some photos that show the experience. When this blog post loads in your browser, click on the first photo and you will enter a gallery where you can move from photo to photo.
At the beginning of the cruise, guests ate and relaxed on deck.
Enjoying a suite with a balcony.
Don’t leave your food, not even for a minute. On the Norwegian Sky in the Caribbean.
Bahama beach party, Great Stirrup Cay; Norwegian Sky in the background.
At the Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas.
Parasailing at the Great Stirrup Cay.
Oasis of the Sea, in Nassau, early morning. It is reported to be the largest cruise ship in the world, registered with Royal Caribbean.
Sunrise in the harbor at Nassau.
The colors of Nassau from the deck of the Norwegian Sky.
Cruise guests in Nassau.
Touring Nassau in a horse-drawn carriage.
Vivian, our tour guide, and Barbara, Nassau.
Bahamian police, Sunday.
Lucayan cave entrance with cruise guests ready to enter.
Lucayan caves, where early Bahamian natives lived.
Bahamian woman on city bus, Nassau.
Bahamian woman heading home from shopping.
Wall mural and young woman.
Flip-flops, sneakers, warm-weather clothes are all that Bahamians need. Perhaps a special hair cut as well—see the lady with the large bag.
Residents of Nassau arranging for a ride.
Guests returning to the Norwegian Sky on Sunday afternoon, Nassau.
Leaving Nassau—the harbor is on the right, the open sea on the left, and the lighthouse is near the end of the point between the two.
The wind, the wind, always the wind.
A dance contest among men on the ship’s deck. What you do on a cruise stays on a cruise—that’s the motto.