Lynden Pindling International Airport, the airport serving Nassau and the islands of New Providence and Paradise Island, opened its new International Arrivals Terminal on October 16. The new terminal represents the second stage of a planned three-stage, $409 million redevelopment.

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Lighthouses still stand watch throughout the islands of The Bahamas and The Bahamas Lighthouse Preservation Society safeguards three of the world’s few remaining kerosene-burning, hand-wound lighthouses.

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On a three-hour luncheon cruise from Nassau, I was expecting a tour-boat. But imagine my surprise when I walked out on to the marina dock behind the Poop Deck Yacht Haven restaurant just east of downtown Nassau and found I’d be sailing on the M/Y Equinox, an 81-foot motor yacht.

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Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport has completed the first major step in a $409.5 million redevelopment which will see its capacity almost double by late 2013 to 5.2 million passengers. LPIA’s redevelopment is the largest public-sector project in the nation’s 38-year history.

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