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Fish Fry Shacks

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Sharon
Sharon
December 26, 2018
The Fish Fry is a group of shacks located on the water's edge serving fresh fish and seafood. Shirley's is the most well known of the bunch. The best part is that it is a short walk from the resort. Just turn left outside the resort and follow the sidewalk until you arrive. You can't miss it!”
Zebwein
Zebwein
November 07, 2018
Local night life and restaurants with local food.
Anne
Anne
March 02, 2018
local fish fry is good for drinking only and music
Geoffrey
Geoffrey
November 12, 2017
Quite a few stalls. Shirley's is very good indeed, good quality food. There is a very good barbecue at another stall. Hang out here at night, really busy at weekends. Shirley's takes no bookings.
Pierre
Pierre
October 25, 2017
Lots of local eateries and bars, local music etc.

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“The blue holds of the Bahamas are unique geological features, as they are the only tidal blue holes in the world. Blue holes are underwater caves, so called because of their coloration when viewed from above. The blue holes can only be visited at slack tide, as the tidal pull is very strong. Angelfish Blue Hole and Mystery Cave on nearby Stocking Island are popular dive destinations. There are many spectacular reefs surrounding the Exumas, including Stingray reef with moray eels, octopus and spiny lobster. There are a few wrecks close to the island. Dive Exuma sunk a wreck of its own in 2005. ”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“Turn right outside the resort and Smitty's is a short way down. In addition to your usually convenience store items, Smitty's sells a variety of wine and liquor and prescription drugs. It's also a good place to buy sandfly repellent. You can't see them but, if you spend much time on the beach, they will probably get you without any repellent on. For a small island store, they have a decent selection and are quite close by.”
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Comida
“Carnivores gather here for prime meats! Good selection of essential groceries too!”
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Establishment
“This famous beach intersects the tropic of cancer on Little Exuma. You will need a car to get here. Little Exuma is connected to Great Exuma via a small bridge. This is the longest beach on the island and you will probably have it to yourself. The beach is named after the meridian line that defines the northern extent of the tropics and crosses right through it. Watch carefully for the small sign after crossing onto Small Exuma. Once you leave Queen's Highway, it is a bumpy, dirt road. Look for the little shack on the left where you can park. The sign is washed out and sometimes can't be seen from the road. If you get to Santana's, you've gone too far. ”
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Establishment
“One of the things I love about Exuma is that you do not have locals chasing you around trying to sell you things or braid your hair like every other Caribbean island I have been to. If you want souvenirs or local crafts, head to the Straw Market in George Town, next to the Police Station. It is basically a big tent where the locals pack and unpack their wears each day. There is no high pressure but the prices are generally not very negotiable.”
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Ubicación
George Town, Exuma
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