While in Nassau, it is a great time to get a rum cake (or at least get a free taste)! They come in different flavors like coconut, original, and chocolate. I try to bring one back with me when I can find one. You can order them online but shipping is just too expensive for me.
Need free WiFi? Hard Rock Cafe is minutes from the port and you can catch up on social media or email while there. But, as always, be careful with public WiFi. Senor Frogs, a restaurant and bar with a party atmosphere is also within walking distance from the ship. Even if you don't drink alcohol, they still have a really good food. Other restaurants (Sharky's and Conch and Kalik) are nearby if you want to experience authentic Caribbean food (think conch burgers and jerk chicken).
The sun finally came out around 1pm after a rainy and windy morning. Hubby and I braved the weather to go out and do some shopping. At least it wasn't cold so we were good. After we went out twice, we had lunch on the ship. "On The Grill" had hamburgers, hot dogs and lots of trimmings to choose from. Tiffany's restaurant and French inspired foods. Mongolian wok had "cooked-to-order" items. And, of course, there is a 24-hour pizza and ice cream/frozen yogurt. Truly something for almost everyone.