The monarch beach vacation destination in the Bahamas may have a lot of the perks of the real thing, but it’s still a lot cheaper than renting an actual vacation home

I can remember the first time I rented an island vacation home, back in 2006.

The property had a pool, a small pool, and a swimming pool.

It had the pool, but the pool wasn’t fully enclosed.

The pool had an open-air courtyard, but I was too young to understand that and didn’t understand how I could get a pool in there.

I bought a house and moved out a year later.

The most recent island vacation vacation home I rented was just two years ago.

The first time my mother and I rented a vacation home in the Caribbean was when I was eight years old, and it was pretty nice.

I didn’t think twice about it, and I bought the property for $600 a month and was pretty happy.

I’ve always loved the idea of a vacation property, but when I went on vacation in 2009, I didn