Amerindian dish made of meat and spices, coucou and flying fish , coconut beer shrimp, bajan rum burger, baked cinnamon plantain … More Barbados Travel Guide : Where to Eat — Scrubs2Sweats
Who remembers their university student days? Did they include scuba, diving, rotis and sleeping on a Caribbean beach? I am still in Canada, and it seems I shall be here for a while yet (sigh) but I am working on those Bajan recipes on and off between being wooed by Canada and trying to not … More Students Enjoy Barbados
This post is of a recent broadcast of an Economic Forum on Barbados. In the video you will hear our Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados and other key Barbadian personnel discuss and comment on issues affecting the island and tourism and industry. The post is re-blogged from Barbados Underground blog. Central Bank of Barbados … More Economic Review (Debate)
Some don’t believe in muses, but At dawn mine spins my heart. I don’t deserve such tenderness. Perhaps one day we’ll part. Then I will look upon the day, Pretend she wasn’t real, Pretend those fairy tales were false, Pretend I do not feel. Written for dVerse Quadrille #25 hosted by Björn. via The Muse at … More Musing On The Muse
Facebook Memories; I have a love hate relationship with these notifications and my favorite ones are the ones which remind me of my good trips. Today I got some lovely snaps from last year’s trip to Barbados and Antigua with a cheeky stop over to London because it would be rude not to! lol (Me […] … More Barbados Glitz!
This post is re-blogged from Colorado Travelling Ducks who seem to go anywhere. Cruise the Caribbean? Why not? Read their adventures: We step off the ship in Bridgeport, Barbados. And the sign said we were welcome here. It is so nice and warm here. We walked to the shopping area. This shopping area is just … More Ducks Visit Barbados On Cruise!
If you haven’t visited The Fish Pot at the Little Good Harbour hotel, then you really must. Boy are you missing out. The hotel and the restaurant are fantastic and in an amazing location, with exquisite views and divine food. Set within an 18th century fort and overlooking the Caribbean Sea, the setting is second […] … More A Taste For Fish- via Barefoot In Barbados
A family vacation, a cruise – half way around the world, one of the severest winters seen by Europe, the warm Caribbean weather living up to its name; Captivating Caribbean is a small series where I shall cover some of the stops we made during this 14-day cruise. Hopefully these “photo-essays” with the occasional tips … More Captivating Caribbean – Barbados — Ticker Eats the World
For the New Year, resolve to “Come sit In Barbados” where you shall be at ease and at peace and carve wonderful memories. Not sure? Check out this blog article below by Lapband For Men. Feelings and emotions on Barbados can carry you high once you’ve been here. I took this picture while on a … More Barbados. — Lapband For Men
Here is a (welcomed) new immigrant to Barbados sharing her stuff. Have a read, enjoy, and pass on some tips if you can. 🙂 A breadfruit is not something that I’d seen before moving to Barbados, in fact, if I’m honest, I don’t think I’d even heard of it. Breadfruit? What is it? What does … More Woman versus Breadfruit — Barefoot in Barbados
I took hundreds of photos at Hunte’s gardens, located in St. Joseph parish in central Barbados. The former sinkhole is now beautifully cultivated into a stunning garden by horticulturist Anth… Source: Tiniest ponds in Hunte’s Garden, Barbados
a place that looks like it’s visited by pirates and explorers … More A Visitor’s View -Bathsheba, Barbados