Picture this, it’s 6 am, the ticket agent is calling last call for your 7 am flight, and you’re the only one of four at the airport. This was me. It was my first girls trip and I’m wondering where are my friends?! Thoughts of us missing the flight, the possibility of travelling alone and not knowing what to do or where to go crossed my mind. At this point I was just hoping they would all arrive soon. By 6:30, three out of four of us had arrived and after seven (yes s e v e n) unsuccessful phone calls, lucky number four was awake and on her way. After, prayers, hopes, almost tears and jokes, we were all boarded and headed to Exuma. Within twenty minutes of flight, the water started to do this really, like really blue thing, like clear blue, sky blue, just beauti-blu-ful! Yes, I know that was super corny, but you get it right?
It’s always an delicious time in The Bahamas, especially on the island of New Providence during the Autumn season. September to November, there are numerous annual festivals all waiting to satisfy your foodie cravings. This year was no different. I tried to attend each one and savor the flavors of the islands and everywhere else. I realized that I am truly a festival girl. I am festivals and they are me. We are one. I literally had the best time to each one and really don’t know how I am going to make it now that the festival season has ended. Here’s a recap of the fall festivals I explored: Continue reading “Fall Festivals in Nassau”
*Walking the streets screaming Nooollllaaa* If you haven’t read Part One of my New Orleans trip as yet, check it out here first.
Day Three: It can’t be my birthday unless brunch is involved. I love me a mimosa or 5. It’s something about breakfast, lunch and champagne that puts me in a good mood. New Orleans is known for its’ mouth watering good food, so I was really interested in finding a place that balances great mimosas, brunch, ambiance and service. Continue reading “New Orleans: Part Two”