Hello day three and hello Nassau, Bahamas. If you did go to sleep the night before, you awoke to paradise. This was a much longer port stay lasting from 9am to 6pm. When you got off the boat, there was a giant market and locals hounding you with offers for transportation, snorkeling, Segway tours, etc. We opted to explore the island on foot and unguided. Our objective was to find food and experience the area on the way. I’m not sure how far we went but it was probably over five miles all together and off the beaten path. We hopped from beach to beach, saw a lot of stray dogs running about, and stumbled upon Bahamas Speed Week, which had a couple Ferrari trailers. Unfortunately, there were no activities during the time period we were at port. Across from the event, we ate at a fish joint that had some awesome grilled and fried fish. I had some fried Escovitch (Red Snapper) that I would gladly have again with beans and rice, a block of mac and cheese, and coleslaw. The gem of the journey was finding Saunders Beach. It is a long beach that had two people and a small local wedding. There were little coves created by piles of rock that made it look like you had your own private beach. Seashells were everywhere with white sand and a small tide. We took a dip and the water was great; however, the rocks on the cove floor were not. Throughout the walk, we saw lots of coconuts on the ground and a couple Christmas tree lots. I was surprised Christmas was so big there and wasn’t quite sure how to feel about a Christmas with no snow.