When I look back at these photos, its hard not to have my heart ache for such a place again.
Its always nice to come off a vacation but at the same time it was so dreamy to be in warm sun, surrounded by beautiful scenery, with your dreamy husband, and with loved family and friends.
But i must move on and enjoy the memories we made :)
We had two locations we touch land at.
This was my favorite, we had the true life of the Bahaman people mixed with Beautiful touristy locations.
Here you will see the contrast between the Bahaman culture vs. the tourist culture.
Both equally beautiful in their own way.
Nassau was probably my favorite because one of my girlish childhood dreams came true...
I can remember glowing green as a child watching the trainers swim with dolphins, and those few lucky guest who got to be apart of it.
Well, here in Nassau we fulfilled that dream of swimming with dolphins.
[Good thing I had my 14-year-old BIL who would squeal with delight with me, as we thought of swimming with these dolphins. yep still proof i am a 12 year old at heart]
Not only did we swim with them, but we kissed, hugged and these sweet dolphins pushed the bottom of our feet-jetting us across the pool.
Lovely pics provided by Jessi
Next up : Cococay
This was a private island very beautiful but equally as hot.
For some reason on this last day of sun, my skin decided this was its last chance to be fried.
And so I was.
Maybe it was because the island was closer to the sun/equator. Or maybe because I sat in the shade most of the time... OR maybe it was because of my extra sensitive skin due to my pregnancy hormones that created such a reaction. Whichever the case, I was fried- particularly my legs and feet.
Thank goodness for a good husband who told me to lie down, not move, and kept replacing the wet towels that were placed all down my legs and feet.
Last of all was our time on the boat. I'll spare you all the grueling details, but all I have to say is the entertainment was GREAT! :)
Here is the set up for the Donny & Marie Concerts.
They did a fabulous job- as always.
Can you guess what this is?
These boys just had me in tears the whole time.
I already miss the times we spent wandering the boat, laughing and eating together.
Model shots: oh ya baby!
Bahama's... till we meet again.