Tuesday, June 24, 2008

More From the Bahamas

As promised here is my book from the Bahamas.

One of the things that is truly special in the Bahamas is the Bahamians. They are a kind, free spirited, jovial people at least nearly all those I met were. Despite the fact that they drive on a different side of the road, speak with a cadense unique to them, have a Queen and a Prime Minister and not a President, they are not so very different from Americans and have even more in common with Canadians. But their sunny Island smile is very special and something that lights up almost every moment of your stay in beautiful Nassau.

Thanks again Keshia for having me.


Scraplin said...

Hi M-C!! Wow you have been so busy since I last checked your blog! My computer was down for 3 weeks and I was out of touch with everyone online and at RCS. I sure missed it! Well I am back, and catching up and I finally got back some of the saved links for blogs that i lost when my computer was down.
I am glad you got your passport dilemna all taken care of and was able to go on that trip! What a mess that was! Sounded like you had a great time.
Take care and I will be sure and try to keep up with you!

Anonymous said...

You could be an ambassador for the Bahamas...very descriptive...

I want to see your little book in person because the pages flew by so quickly that I didn't have time to read it all...glad you included some pictures of YOU!!!


Cathy said...

I love your book. What a great way to remember your trip. It looks like you had a wonderful time with Keisha and her family.


Lynne said...

What a great trip and a great album! Still a little fast for me, but who needs to read when you have such great pictures and scrapping!

Shannon said...

Beautiful book MC. I really enjoyed looking at your pictures of the trip. Thanks for sharing.

Sandy said...

Your trip looks wonderful. Glad you were able to slow it down so I can see it better. Love the way it turns into bubbles with the slide show.