Instagram Monday – Beach Bars From Belize to Big Bamboo

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This week’s featured beach bar images on Instagram include a shot of Blue Water Grill in San Pedro, Belize on Ambergris Caye by user @erindesantiago (check out her travel blog here as they explore the world for “good food, wine, beer, and other local beverages.”). It’s one of my favorite pictures of a beach bar that doesn’t include sand or water. Staying in San Pedro, we also stop by the Feliz Bar and Grill for a picture from user @geo_martinez1980 who has this to say about his shot: “It really was a relaxing evening for a busy week and I think this captures that moment.” Looks like a great place to unwind!

Some regulars on our Instagram Monday articles make an appearance this week. User @trace2hts shares a picture she took of the River Grill on the Tomoka in Ormond Beach, Florida, @beachesbarsandbungalows shows off the view from the Tiki Bar in Sebastian, Florida and provides us with a handy dandy link to more waterfront bars in Sebastian and @noellenotnoel keeps teasing me with pictures from the British Virgin Islands, this one a view of Loblolly Bay from the Big Bamboo beach bar on Anegada. Life is good for a beach bar bum.

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. If you have a travel blog or personal website, I also try and post links to those whenever possible. 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!

Suggestion for today. The lovely view from Big Bamboo #beachbar on Loblolly Bay.

A photo posted by Noelle Campbell (@noellenotnoel) on

And a sunset from the appropriately named Sunset Pier in Key West to close it all out.
Sunset from Sunset Pier, Key West, Florida.

Author: Tom W.

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