The final part of our trip to Barbados is a list of the places we went to on days 11 to 16, the last portion of our holiday. If you want to catch up on the other days you can find there here: Barbados Part 1 and Barbados Part 2 Day Eleven We had
When I wrote part one of our trip to Barbados (Reflections on Barbados — part 1) I had no intention of splitting it into three posts. I thought I would just list all 16 days on one post but having reached 1000 words and 10 photos after just five days I thought it best to
It won’t have escaped the attention of the eagle eyed amongst you that we have just spent a couple of weeks in Barbados. It seemed like a good idea therefore put all the info in one place on where we went, where we ate and some useful tips and information in case you might
There are lots of beaches on Barbados. Ergo there are lots of ways to “do the beach”. Over on the Atlantic coast my advice would be to do the beach with caution as the waves are quite ferocious and it is not for weak swimmers but it is great if you are surfer.
Yes you did read that correctly. When I got an email from Visit England asking me if I would like to take part in some St George’s day activity celebrating all thing patriotic I was chuffed. That sounded like it might be fun, I thought. This time last year we were gearing up
. This is one of our favourite meals in Barbados. In fact it is the first thing we eat when we get there and signifies the start of our holiday. I have been trying to re-create the recipe for a couple of years and think I might have just got there with
. This little church close to the Folkestone Marine Park in Holetown is quiet and unassuming yet steeped in history, well it would be, it stands on ground that was consecrated in the 1600s. It is on an area known as “God’s Acre” and is where the first settlers arrive at around the same
The bloke’s perspective on Barbados, including rum, golf, going out, cricket and beer.