Life is meant to be lived.
You are about to find out why The Bahamas is the tropical paradise you’ve always dreamed of.
Maybe it’s the heritage of the people. Maybe it’s the degree of opportunities for adventure and seclusion.
The Bahamas has a population of 305,000.
70% of the people live on New Providence Island (home of the capital city Nassau), which is only the eleventh largest island in The Bahamas.
In The Bahamas they drive on the left, but most vehicles are left-hand drive.
The Bahamas is a stable, developing nation with an economy heavily dependent on tourism and offshore banking. Steady growth in tourism receipts and a boom in construction of new hotels, resorts, and residences has led to solid GDP growth in recent years. There is no income or corporate tax and no capital gains or inheritance tax in The Bahamas. The legal tender is the Bahamian dollar (B$1), which is equivalent in value to the U.S. dollar.
summer (me pictured with the hat) which is from May thru September and winter (me pictured in white t-shirt) which is from October thru April. A Bahamian winter is usually the equivalent of summer at Lake Tahoe.
Average temperatures range from 84 deg. F during the summer and 75 deg. F in the winter... be it winter or summer the climate is always comfortable....
English is the official language.
Far from the city lights, the night sky over Eleuthera is a dazzling canopy of celestial splendour! The clear air and remote locations mean that literally millions of stars can typically be seen. Lie back in the sand and learn to identify the constellations.
Whatever you desire, Eleuthera has it all - spectacular beaches, great surf, tranquil coves, lush green forests, quaint historical settlements, and a relaxed, carefree atmosphere. You can do it all or do absolutely nothing.
Enjoy your freedom!
Arvid is a workaholic....there is no place other than Eleuthera where you will find him relaxed, carefree and yes......collecting shells
He is happiest who finds peace in his home.