My first impression of Freeport Harbor was: “Welcome to my island!”
The open air band and coconut trees is probably the first thing you’ll see. But as you walk around, you’ll find skillful staw and wood artist at work in the Straw Market. There is also a dozen or more souvenir shops to browse through. Buses are lined up to take you on pre-booked excursions and taxi drivers stand willing and able to give you a custom tour of the island. A rental car company even located at the Freeport Harbor for those adventureous enough to want a self guided tour.
Did I mention I’m going back on Tuesday to shoot some video footage? And the band promised me they’ll have something special. I really think you should see it for yourself. I told you, I have a lot of good videos of Grand Bahama in the pipeline and you have a front row seat.
I want to give special props to Nat Morris at the sports bar and his lovely bar tender. (Her picture will soon be added to the Dining page.)
Thanks for a cool water on a hot day!