replied to the thread Winter get away in the bahamas
on the Bahamas forum on July 29, 2015:
I am looking to spend 2-3 months Jan-March in the bahamas. My wife just passed from a courageous battle with colon cancer and I need to bring our beloved golden retriever. Not sure which islands would be best. I've been to Grand Bahama Island (Pelican Point) east end several times.
I too recently lost my wife. I spread her ashes on her beloved Eleuthera. "Lutra is a very nice island with miles of white sand beaches. Go to VRBO and search for houses on your favorite island; there are many to choose from. Good Luck.
replied on July 25, 2015 with:
Getting the dog here shouldn't be that hard during those months. The bigger airlines will get him/ her to the larger islands then you can boat from there. Just make sure you get your paperwork in order first. Here's the link to get your permit from. http://www.bahamas.com/sites/default/files/Bahamas_Application_to_Import_Domestic_Animals_in_TIOTB.pdf
It's a pretty easy process. Good luck picking your Island. I love Pelican Point and am on GBI so that is where I would choose, lol.
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posted DRINKS TONIGHT?
on the Bahamas forum on July 24, 2015:
replied to the thread FULL MOON RITUAL NASSAU
on the Bahamas forum:
Guys, on the night of the full moon JULY 1 2015, Im going to come out to cable beach park next to breezes hotel in nassau to play some music with my drum at around 5 till night time.
I am looking for any kind of musician ready and willing to meet and play some music perhaps even do it every full moon night at the same spot.
Bring instruments, and everything anything and everyone.
that sounds like it would be a great way to spend the evening please let us know when you do it again
That was fun.
Glad to see some friendly faces.
See you next month.
We will be more prepared for the next one, we will have fire, more drums and some food and drinks.
Make a wish tonight when you see it, it just might come true.
replied to the thread Spouse work permit - possible?
on the Bahamas forum:
I am moving to the Bahamas and my job is giving me a working visa.
I am engaged and we are looking to get married in a courthouse before we move or perhaps do it in Bahamas - Will it change anything?. How easy or difficult is it to get a spousal permit and a work permit for my fiancee (She is working as an Interior Designer here in London for very wealthy clients) , if i have a work visa but am not a citizen?
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Congratulations! In order for your fiancee to get a spousal permit, it will happen more quickly if you get married beforehand. As for getting a work permit, given that she works for high end clientele, it may be possible for her to get a permit, but she will need to work for someone here. Your being here on work permit will have no bearing on her ability to get a work permit.
Attractive and athletic single 50 yr old female looking for a fun handsome man in any of the bahamian islands. Check out my profile then email me to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to start off as friends and possibly be more when I get there. I live in beautiful british columbia, Canada. I plan to live there for only six months a year during the good seasons. I just tried uploading my picture but had to do it through my email so I hope it works. So guys if you want to wisk me away to paradise I will be waiting. Bye for now.
Hello, Great information. I really appreciate the willingness to help with information. Thank you!