When it comes to food in Barbados, seasoning is basic. Food is fun. And it must be appealing to our palate. That is why anything that enhances the flavour has always interested the cooks in our families and communities. What we know of Barbados and its history helps us to understand its food culture. For … More Some Seasoning Basics
While this blog isn’t by definition a travel guide, from time to time I reblog posts from vacationers who have visited Barbados so that you will get a visitor’s take on a Barbados holiday. Some of their articles may help you to plan your trip by providing authentic advice or tips based on their … More Winter In Barbados
We all want a comfy bed. A place to lay our head, on a sultry night. We all would love a decent beach. A place to drag our feet, on a peaceful shore. We all can use a cosy bar. A place to sip our dreams, on a break water. The island of Barbados has … More Beds Beaches ‘n Bars- Twitter Barbados
My Dear MacCallister, Picture this: I came across this gal who said she was from Barbados. Not bad, I thought, . Nice looking gal and real posh accent. Discovered she was born here and lived here practically all her life except for a short spell in Barbados which she visits on a regular basis. I … More Correspondence UK
As a holiday island with tropical breezes and good sunshine Barbados has plenty to offer by way of serenity and wellbeing. I should know because it is where a few years ago I regained my serenity and wellbeing.
What does The Telegraph have to do with Barbados? Well, Barbados is a wonderful tropical island which gets many visitors each year enjoying her charms. So of course the Telegraph had to, and continually does, poke its big nose around her trying to sniff out little tit-bits of serious journalism for its….travel guide. That’s … More The Barbados/ DailyTelegraph Connection
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
to carve our own destiny, to treasure … More Still In Canada
I had been walking for miles mulling over the fate of having hooked a splendid fellow that same evening, being lifted to cloud nine as we sipped cocktails, only to be tossed into the sea of traffic on St. James as he remembered a prior appointment. … More Tonight’s Catch
I am enjoying the Canadian holiday and weather, but there is no place like ‘home’. … More Missing You Barbados
Since starting in late July 2016 with only a picture each day, this blog has 100+ followers, many views and quite a good number of likes. This despite my being less proactive than I know I must be. Thank you, all of you, therefore, for supporting and commenting; and particularly for following, as I know it is the Blog and … More Seasoning
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!