Every weekend, we always hear, “Ain’t nothing to do in Nassau.” September 22nd, marks the first day of Fall. While we may not feel any significant changes in the weather; the party scene has slowed down. Day parties have recently concluded and the fetes ended a while ago. Not to worry though, there are still many interesting things to do. “Cuffing Season” is coming up and I know you want to impress your potential boo with an awesome date. Better yet, it’s your turn to plan the Girl’s Day/Night activities and everyone is tired of the traditional beach day or downtown club scene. Here are five inexpensive (ranging from free to under $50) fun activities, the next time you’re trying to figure out what’s the move.
It’s September, summer is officially coming to an end and Fall is sneaking right up on us. Unless, of course you don’t live in a tropical paradise that literally has sun almost all of the 365 days of the year. However, school is open now, most people have already taken a few vacations for the year and patiently waiting for the holiday season. Day parties have also concluded, but boy I am super excited for their return next spring/summer.
*Cues Louis Armstong’s “What a wonderful world”*, beignets, po’boys and coffee for the girls! Louis and Steen’s Coffeehouse brings authentic N’awlins vibes to the islands. Located on the Western side of New Providence, this coffeehouse sits directly across from the beach. Can you say lunch with a view?