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Our only experience with this area is Eleuthera inwhich while it was a great experience in itself, it may have been just Im looking some good head in Nassau little too far off the beaten path for us although it being October and a week after Matthew may have had a hand in this.

Lack of real grocery stores and just "life" in general did wear on us a bit. We enjoy being on our own, but the ability to reach some semblance of modern life when desired is a bonus. While we did believe that a touristy area like Nassau was never our cup of tea, I did some rental looking anyway, and stumbled across a great place. It is slightly secluded and oceanfront and at the very far east end of the island. All seems great as far as accommodations go, and flights and rental car rates are Free sexy girl chat no signup along with what we want to pay I am reading a lot about Nassau being inline with the ol' stereotypes of Jamaica and DR in regards to "you are fine as long as you Im looking some good head in Nassau leave the resort.

I am reading about the rental cars having different colored plates and this sticking out to the bad folk, and making tourists targets. I am also reading about Im looking some good head in Nassau high crime rates in the Bahamasand Nassau leading the way. I Im looking some good head in Nassau reading about locals truly hating the tourists, and committing crimes against them at will. I am aware that crime exists everywhere, and we live just outside of Richmond, Vaand it would be easy to look at stats of Richmond and get freaked out about visiting there when I know there is little chance of ever really experiencing direct crime.

I know that being stupid and being out alone late at night, or showing off money or goods, or being drunk in an unfamiliar place are all bad ideas and greatly increase the chance of becoming a victim I don't care about the separation of violent crime vs.

Is it just a good idea to look at other locations with better ratings in regards to safety? All valid questions and concerns. Where out east are you staying??? Staying out east, you may cross through some "not so nice areas", especially at night. Rental cars have a license plate that identifies them as a rental car, and yes they can be at times targeted.

Generally, the high crime rate involves local on local crime Given the large numbers of tourists that visit per year, tourist involved crimes are low. But they do happen, and make headlines. As far as locals hating visitors, not my experience that they do.

Lived here 14 plus years and haven't seen that. Yes, you run into a few rude types here and there. And leave the car, and spring for a taxi if going out to dinner. As far as where we are looking to stay, I just looked and realized that the Im looking some good head in Nassau far east edge of Nassau kinda looks like a profile pic of Abraham Lincoln looking to the right seriously, chin, nose, forehead, hair, its all there.

If you can picture that, we are staying on the chin The idea of Older women in Blue feeling secure enough to drive a rental car to dinner after the sun goes down is just the thing that bothers me. We have been to Nassau twice and returning in May We always venture to the downtown shopping area and take the bus.

Visiting Atlantis to shop, and go to the aquarium. We did the trainer for a day thing which was pricey but fun. We took taxis to and from the Atlantis. I walked down to the local Starbucks to download some books because the resort wanted an outrageous sum for internet access. We have never felt unsafe in the touristy areas in the daytime. Admittedly, we never venture out at night. I have been to Nassau times, I have gone every year for the last 5 as a guys fishing trip, I have gone with my wife and I have gone as a family and have stayed at resorts and AIRBNB, I will say I was concerned in January as we rented a beach house and I was reading the forums and local newspapers as well and the comments on crime were everywhere.

I am not one to lay on the beach or by a pool all day so I have been downtown many times, gone to local restaurants, rented Meet women sex in Hato Mayor charters and I have never had or even seen a concern that being said common sense is key, I wouldn't necessarily say be back at your resort by dark but I would certainly be in a registered taxi when the sun goes down.

We were there for the New Years Junkanoo, thousands of locals on the street celebrating and although I was just a little nervous, there was no need to be.

Just use the same caution you would in any city after dark and Id stick to the tourist areas, I am far from a Nassau expert but I just booked next weekend and I am there again in Sept so if you have any specific questions I may be able to help out, as will most people on this forum.

Nassau is perfectly fine. Did a16 person to with several children and toddlers. Get a vrbo house on the very Eastern coast Im looking some good head in Nassau it's Serene, safe and close to a giant super value store. Everything was fine as driving through town was safe, just took forever in traffic. Use the usual common sense and precaution but it's easy to make it not too touristy but still have creature comforts.

We rented a house in the same area of the island back in February. We were bringing our children and grandchild, and after making our payment we learned of Should keep updating firefox crime reputation. If it were just my husband and I, we wouldn't have worried so much. Since we were bringing kids and young adults who had Im looking some good head in Nassau left our home state, we decided to hire a security guard to be at the house at night.

The owner of the house was supportive and thought it was a good idea. It was a team of two men, both had previously served in the US military. They usually traded off nights, but occasionally they came together. The night before we arrived in town, one of them was robbed at gunpoint. His wallet and cellphone were taken, he was unarmed at the time.

They told us that the majority of the crime is locals against locals, and that the police are cracking down with heavier punishments for people who target tourists. Of course, it still happens occasionally so don't let your guard down and use normal precautions that you would in any foreign country. We rented a car for part of our stay.

I was very nervous as a passenger, but my husband seemed okay with the traffic and he has driven on the left on other trips we've taken. The cars are American style with the driver sitting on the left, so that added another element of confusion. Parking was a challenge Im looking some good head in Nassau town! We only drove the rental during the day. The days we didn't have the rental we used a taxi to go to the grocery store. All of the locals we interacted with were friendly, we never got the impression that we weren't wanted.

I'm sure there are some folks who get tired of all the tourists I live in a tourist town too but we didn't run into them and if we did, they hid it well. Is anyone familiar with this resort and area it is in? We like to walk around during the day and eat at local restaurants and chill on the beach and at the resort. Thanks for your help and advice. I think both of you are wrong.

I travel to Jamaica frequently and all over the Caribbean. But I will use Jamaica for this example. I have months in country and have never had a bad situation in anything anyplace positive. In June information hit a pothole and Im looking some good head in Nassau 3 flats. I had people stopping left and right trying to help.

Yes these can be dangerous places but use your head be respectful and all will be well. Big ups to you. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips.

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