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Saturday, September 1, 2012

Treasure Bay at Lucaya Bahamas

I must admit that living in Mississippi is pretty laid-back. We work hard and have time with family and friends. Weekends are always fun and it involves the family and friends as well. A lot of people have pontoon boats or speed boats so; fishing and boating are normal activities along the Gulfcoast of Mississippi. I miss it sometimes.There are many casinos and hotels along Mississippi Gulfcoast and one of them is Treasure Bay. The original Treasure Bay was damage during the Hurricane Katrina in 2005 so; they moved across the streets. We played in their casino but, I mostly enjoyed the food in their buffet.

Now, when we cruise to Bahamas, we checked out Lucaya area in Freeport. When we saw the sister company of Treasure Bay, it was a good feeling. The logo is the same and we were reminded of our lives in Mississippi after all, I work in the casino myself. My husband played the slot machines a little bit and he won. It was really fun to see the Treasure Bay again especially seeing the casino in another country. It was amazing!

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