Climate & Population<br /> The highest temperature in the Bahamas is 89° - 95°<br />The lowest temperature in the Bahamas is 62°- 64°<br />The approximate population in the Bahamas is about 260,000 people<br />
The average price for a house in the Bahamas is $14,000,000. This house has 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms.<br /> Real Estate <br />
School start starts from nursery at age 3 or Kindergarten at age 4 and all the and all the way up to High School grade 12. </li></ul>Schools<br />
School Picture<br />St. Cecilia’s School <br />
History<br />The history of the Bahamas can be traced back to Christopher Columbus’ first voyage in 1492. The earliest permanent European settlement occurred in 1647 on the island of Eleuthera. The 18th century slave trade brought many Africans to the Bahamas. Their descendants constitute 85 percent of the Bahamian population. The Bahamas gained independence from the United Kingdom on July 10, 1973 . <br />
Heath<br />Facilities<br />The Rand Memorial Hospital has 100 beds in their Hospital.<br />The Princess Memorial Hospital has a 400 bed publicity.<br />There is a 70 bed privately operated Doctor Hospital.<br />The Lyford Cay Hospital is a 12 bed facility. <br />Sandilands Psychiatric Hospital and 10 Clinics throughout the Family’s Island.<br />
Industries and Businesses<br />One Industry is construction seemed to peak in 1998 with the completion of several new resorts. There are four key industrial economical sectors: the primary sector largely raw material extraction industries such as mining and farming.<br />
Transportation<br />To get to the Bahamas you can either take a plane, or take a boat. If you take a boat it would take you a very long time rather than the plane. Once you arrive in the Bahamas you can walk, rent a car, use airport transportation, or use a taxi.<br />
One of the Bahamas main points of interest is Cruising <br />Points Of Interest<br />
The Bahamas have many attractions including golfing, fishing, snorkeling, boating, swimming, gaming, dining, and birding. <br />Attractions<br />
Natural Boundaries<br />Nassau, Bahamas’ Natural Boundaries is the Atlantic Ocean.<br />
Resources<br />We used blackle, yahoo, www.bahamas.com<br />www.bahamasrealty.bs/563472 www.tripadvisor.com<br />
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