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The Straw Market

We arrive at the Straw Market around 9:00 a.m., just as its vendors begin throwing back the blue plastic tarps that shield their wares from the passing tropical showers that douse Nassau, like most else in these latitudes, every few […]

The Straw Market in the Bahamas credit Davida G. Breier

The Straw Market

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We arrive at the Straw Market around 9:00 a.m., just as its vendors begin throwing back the blue plastic tarps that shield their wares from the passing tropical showers that douse Nassau, like most else in these latitudes, every few […]

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Batfish: Bahamas’ masters of camouflage

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Jaws Beach New Providence Island credit Davida G. Breier

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A wild octopus at Orange Hill Beach, Nassau, Bahamas. (Davida G. Breier)

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Why Nassau?

So why Nassau? Arguably, Nassau caters to tourists, not travelers, with its omnipresent cruise ships and Paradise Island’s Disneyfied version of the Caribbean. As our regular readers know, we

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