Posts filled under #bahamas

So stoked I got to do Fin

So stoked I got to do Finn's helmet today! I can't wait to do more! Also, I will be in Anchorage, Alaska at 8/30-9/3 DM me if you wanna get tattooed! #TFA #starwars #stormtrooper #tattoos #tattooart #art #silverdale #alaska #tatlantis #bahamas #australia #colortattoos #girlswithtattoos #guyswithtattoos #pnw #pnwadventure #military #inkedmag #inkedlife #skinartmag #tattoorevuemag #black_and_grey_LA #besttattoos #tattoocommunity #inkedlife #silverbackink #fusion #ilovemyjob

Wunderschnen Abend Euch!

Wunderschnen Abend Euch! Wrde mich grade liebend gern einfach in ein Flugzeug setzen & verschwinden! Kennt ihr das? Euch nervt alles und ihr wollt nur mit Kopfhrern irgendwo liegen, wo euch keiner auf die Nerven geht? So geht's mir grad, nur das ich dazu noch knatschig hoch 7272 werde Koche gleich lecker & versuche den Kopf frei zu bekommen #bahamas #iguana #exuma

We're on a boat! Having a

We're on a boat! Having a blast down here in the Bahamas. . . Crystal clear water, warm wind and excellent people. _ Each charter has its own dingy, so we can easily go from the big boat to shore for kiting, snorkeling or simply basking in the beauty of dee islands, mon' . _ PC: @jenjofoto @sunsailholidays @sunsailholidays #sunsail #kiteboarding #bahamas #getonboard #imonaboat


#ArthleticSummerMemories Day 2 -Tree Pose Question; What was the best event / celebration you have been to this summer?! The best event{s} I have been to all summer and all year are the ones hosted by @pupstarent , #handsdown go check out my amazing team! Follow our beautiful hosts; @aleksic_twins @doroteasworld @pielattesandpilates @yogini_nerd @lucewithlove @fitwithlena13 & our amazinggg sponsor; @arthleticwear #powerful #yogaeveryday #yogi #yoga #bahamas #deep #challenge #bendy #yogisunite #happiness #tablepose #tableposevariation #fun #hilltopviews #sunsetflow #flow #outdoors #greens #nymphs #fairy #loveforlove #grounded #excited #f4f #smile

Nothing beats these cryst

Nothing beats these crystal clear calm mornings in the Bahamas.. This pig is actually photobombing a shot I was trying to get of the white bird (Steve) in the top left. He was a Seagull who followed us nearly 50 miles over a period of five or so days up the Cays. #ocean #discoverocean #yourshotphotographer #itsbetterinthebahamas #exuma #swimmingpigs #travelawesome #travelstagram #travel #beach #exumadream #thegoodlifebahamas #tlpicks #tropicals #traveltropics #tropicaladdicted #thetravelmode #bahamas #island #caribbean #islandlife #underwaterphotography #mycaribbean #exumabahamas #thisisbahamas #theswimmingpigs #pigs #travelgram #pigstagram

Keep Your Head Up
Your He

Keep Your Head Up Your Heart Open Stay On A Positive Path & The Right People Will Come Along and Join You On It Weekend Schedule is Pretty Aumazing Friday 9:15am Power Hour Flow at @sohoyoga 6-7:30pm Lotus Rocks: Reggae Special Event @lightonlotus Saturday: LAST CYCLING CLASS (ever?) at CFSB Torrance- Lmk if you want to be my guest at 9am 4-5:30pm Funky Flow at @Yogaloftmb Sunday: SPECIAL Event 6:30-8:30pm Yin w/massage Workshop at soho yoga in Dtla with live music from @lovetrafficker and massage with @pinup21 @lovetrafficker #yoga #bahamas #bikini

Pushed back and ready for

Pushed back and ready for the quick hop over to the #bahamas as this aircraft is strictly based in Nassau Bahamas servicing only Miami (#MIA) Fort Lauderdale (#FLL) Orlando (#MCO) and West Palm Beach (#PBI) #bahamasair flight 206 C6-BFD #C6BFD #boeing737500 #737 #737500 #boeing737 Bahamas air Fort Lauderdale Hollywood (#KFLL) Lyden Pindling International (#NAS) Schedule departure:5:25pm Actual departure:5:35pm Scheduled arrival:6:20pm Actual arrival:7:14pm Total flight time:1hr and 39mins June 27,2015 Iphone6 #boeing #735

An extract on #bahamas

The Bahamas is the site of Columbus' first landfall in the New World in 1492. At that time, the islands were inhabited by the Lucayan, a branch of the Arawakan-speaking Taino people. Although the Spanish never colonised The Bahamas, they shipped the native Lucayans to slavery in Hispaniola. The islands were mostly deserted from 1513 until 1648, when English colonists from Bermuda settled on the island of Eleuthera. The Bahamas became a British Crown colony in 1718, when the British clamped down on piracy. After the American War of Independence, the Crown resettled thousands of American Loyalists in the Bahamas; they brought their slaves with them and established plantations on land grants. Africans constituted the majority of the population from this period. The Bahamas became a haven for freed African slaves: the Royal Navy resettled Africans here liberated from illegal slave ships; American slaves and Seminoles escaped here from Florida; and the government freed American slaves carried on United States domestic ships that had reached the Bahamas due to weather. Slavery in the Bahamas was abolished in 1834. Today the descendants of slaves and free Africans make up nearly 90% of the population; issues related to the slavery years are part of society. The Bahamas became an independent Commonwealth realm in 1973, retaining the British monarch, then and currently Queen Elizabeth II, as its head of state. In terms of gross domestic product per capita, The Bahamas is one of the richest countries in the Americas (following the United States and Canada), with an economy based on tourism and finance.

The name Bahamas is derived from either the Taino ba ha ma ("big upper middle land"), which was a term for the region used by the indigenous Native Americans, or from the Spanish baja mar ("shallow water or sea" or "low tide") reflecting the shallow waters of the area. Alternatively, it may originate from Guanahani, a local name of unclear meaning.

Taino people moved into the uninhabited southern Bahamas from Hispaniola and Cuba around the 11th century, having migrated there from South America. They came to be known as the Lucayan people. An estimated 30,000 Lucayan inhabited the Bahamas at the time of Christopher Columbus' arrival in 1492. Columbus's first landfall in the New World was on an island he named San Salvador (known to the Lucayan as Guanahani). Some researchers believe this site to be present-day San Salvador Island (formerly known as Watling's Island), situated in the southeastern Bahamas. An alternative theory holds that Columbus landed to the southeast on Samana Cay, according to calculations made in 1986 by National Geographic writer and editor Joseph Judge, based on Columbus's log. Evidence in support of this remains inconclusive. On the landfall island, Columbus made first contact with the Lucayan and exchanged goods with them. The Spanish forced much of the Lucayan population to Hispaniola for use as forced labour. The slaves suffered from harsh conditions and most died from contracting diseases to which they had no immunity; half of the Taino died from smallpox alone. The population of the Bahamas was severely diminished. In 1648, the Eleutherian Adventurers, led by William Sayle, migrated from Bermuda. These English Puritans established the first permanent European settlement on an island which they named Eleutherathe name derives from the Greek word for freedom. They later settled New Providence, naming it Sayle's Island after one of their leaders. To survive, the settlers salvaged goods from wrecks. In 1670 King Charles II granted the islands to the Lords Proprietors of the Carolinas in North America. They rented the islands from the king with rights of trading, tax, appointing governors, and administering the country. In 1684 Spanish corsair Juan de Alcon raided the capital, Charles Town (later renamed Nassau). In 1703 a joint Franco-Spanish expedition briefly occupied the Bahamian capital during the War of the Spanish Succession.