Nassau, Bahamas
Arawak Cay (the Fish Fry)
February 8, 2013

Thursday     Friday     Saturday
Sunday    Monday

Previous Page                                                                   Next Page

Twin Brothers Seafood at Arawak Cay
Arawak Cay - Nassau, The Bahamas
Arawak Cay (Fish Fry)

Friday - day 2 (continued)

Leaving Ardastra we walked a half mile to Arawak Cay, better known as the Fish Fry. It is a cluster of informal restaurants and bars, many with barkers out front urging passersby to come in. The man at the first one we passed said he had something for us to see and we walked through to the back where fresh conch was being cleaned for salads and other dishes. The beach was littered with thousands of conch shells.

After taking pictures, we went on down the row, looking for a place for lunch. We recognized the name Twin Brothers from previous research and a recommendation from a taxi driver, so we stopped there and tried both the fried and the grilled snapper. The portions were rather skimpy, but that didn't matter too much since I thought the food was only so-so.

Cleaning conch
Cleaning Conch behind Goldie's Conch House

Twin Brothers Seafood and Steakhouse - Nassau, The Bahamas
Twin Brothers Seafood & Steakhouse at the Fish Fry

Dinning room at Twin Brothers in the Fish Fry
Twin Brothers dining room

grilled snapper with coleslaw and peas & rice

We took a taxi back to the hotel and changed for the pool. The sun was getting low and it was pretty windy and cooler. We still spent a while on the beach, then moved next to the pool where it was more sheltered. The water in the ocean and in the pool was too cold to really enjoy.

Linda in a private covered lounge by the Hilton pool

British Colonial Hilton Pool - Nassau, The Bahamas
British Colonial Hilton Pool

Nassau Palm Trees
Palm trees by the pool  (Prints of this photograph)

Paradise Island Light - Nassau, Bahamas
Paradise Island Light was across from our beach. It was built in 1817, is the oldest & best known lighthouse in the Bahamas
and the oldest surviving lighthouse in the West Indies  (Prints of this photograph)

Previous Page                                                                                                                                                            Next Page
Keith's other trips          Mighty Mac Home

copyright 2013 by Keith Stokes.