Five Images of Beach Bars on Instagram to Get You Through Monday

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There are very few people out there doing a better job at convincing me that I should just sell it all, move to Ambergris Caye and open a beach bar than Fin Kardashian of Rojo Beach Bar. His Instagram profile is a constant reminder that life at a beach bar is pretty cool and I should really move up my long term plan. I mean seriously, does it get much better than this?

Taking in the view at Rojo Beach Bar, Ambergris Caye, Belize. Photo by Instagram user finkardashian

Also featured in this week’s article is Instagram user “noellenotnoel” who happens to be one of my favorite intrepid Virgin Islands explorers, “ryanvender” who continues to inspire us from Bali, our new besties “beachesbarsandbungalows” who introduce us to Floridana Beach and the Sebastian Beach Inn (check out her full article here) and “beshannonphotos” who manages to put us right into the scene at the Soggy Dollar (you can view the rest of Brian’s photography at

If you’d like your images to be featured on the blog, use the #beachbarbums tag and I’ll comment on the image you tagged to let you know it’s been featured. I occasionally give away free stuff to some of my favorites so that’s pretty cool, I guess. Plus, the blog gets almost 700 views a day and the article is shared to all of my social media sites – you’ll never find a more dedicated group of beach bar lovers anywhere! If you’d like me to write an article featuring just your photos, send me an email at info at beach bar bums dot com and we’ll talk it over. Cheers!

View from the Floridana Beach Bar by Instagram user beachesbarsandbungalows

View at Finns Beach Club, Bali. Photo by Instagram user ryanvender

The Beach Bar in Cruz Bay, St. John. Photo by Instagram user noellenotnoel

Joining the scene at the Soggy Dollar, Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands. Photo by Instagram user beshannonphotos

Author: Tom W.

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  1. Awesome…insta-followed them all. Especially Fin K…but then he writes for my blog so I love all his work. 🙂

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    • Thanks, Rebecca! Love what you’re doing to promote the island. And yeah, it would be hard to dislike any of Fin’s work. 🙂

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