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    Atlantis resort Bahamas - on the beach at the night

    Atlantis resort Bahamas - beach at night

    Atlantis is known for its themed attractions. There are four major water slides themed as Mayan temples and a mile-extended waters ride called The Current. The Dig is the world's largest open-air aquarium and features ruins in the theme of the Missing Citadel of Atlantis. In the Bahamas they follow the standard of the the United Kingdom, they drive on the left. If you’ve by no means finished it, it’s a bit demoralizing. Lucky for me, I’ve driven that way in Okinawa however the interlude of our retinue was not so lucky. The local momentum limit along the path to the harbour ranges from 25 to 40 miles per hour...

     






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