china by way of bahamas.

Once we got off the ship, we caught a taxi and made our way to the hotel.  I’ve been to

Grand Bahama Island before, but this was my first time exploring this particular area called

 The International Bazaar – it’s divided into sections according to different cultures with resturants and

shops reflecting each nation. My dad travels here a lot and knows the place like the back of his hand.

He recommended one of his favorite Chinese spots, so we braved the heat and walked on over from the hotel.

We sat at this outdoor table and had some good ol’ chicken wings, fried

rice and sweet & sour pork – so good. I liked that this place had less of a tourist feel. All the

customers besides us were locals…most tourists stay close to the beach, but we were like 2 miles

inland which was fine with me…it was very quiet. We also chatted with the owner for a little bit

and told him how much we loved the food.

…more to come..

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4 thoughts on “china by way of bahamas.

  1. Eve

    Hi Jin, has anyone ever told you that you look like Jill Scott?

    This sounds like a really cool find, to have a choice of cultural delights all in one spot. Big up Dad! 😀

    Reply

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