degrees. Surpringly, it was chilly and drizzling. No kidding! Is this Bahamas? Where's the hot sun?
SEE THE WORLD LIKE AN ARTIST How to travel meanigful like an art? Whenever you go in the world, try to see a place through the eyes of an artist. As an artist, wherever I go, I like to spend more time in art museums or galleries. If there are no museums around, I like to spend time in places with artistic and imaginative architectures and creative attractions.
PASTEL HOUSES There's no substitute for visiting a place in person. Being there in real place gave us more appreciation for the beautiful islands in the the Bahamas, than any guide book, expo, or TV travelogue could ever do.
I have seen these typical pastel - colored Caribbean houses in many travel magazines before,
but nothing was more thrilling than actually seeing those beautiful houses with my own eyes.
ATLANTIS RESORT, PARADISE ISLAND We saw many beautiful sights in Nassau, but the most impressive was the Atlantis Resort. WOW!
I couldn't believe I was actually here. What a beautiful architecture and place!
MOVIE SETTING We had seen this famous landmark many times before in travel magazines and movies, but there's no subtitite for actually seeing and walking in the real Atlantis Resort. Lately, it was shown in the latest James Bond movie "Casino Royal."
ATLANTIS INTERIORS Crafted to stimulate creativity among guests and tourists. Atlantis was set amidst 34 acres of waterscape, there were 11 exhibit lagoons filled with 11 million gallons of water, home to over 50,000 sea animal.
Through panoramic windows and underwater viewing tunnels, guests could get close and personal with 200 different species and more. What a colorful fish! I admired it like a vibrant impressionist Van Gogh painting. Remember, Van Gogh loved yellow. Surely, he would love
this yellow fish as much as I did.
ATLANTIS ARCHITECTURE Among the most prominent interior architectural details were the soaring ceiling, with painted nautical theme, immense windows and columns, and unique color pallettes.