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
One woman experiences dislocation and what it means to be “Barbadian”. Delving into the historical roots of her ancestry, she researches her antecedents, reflecting on Barbados as a new growing Nation. Sandra Taitt Eaddy, M.A Public History, is a well known Barbadian scholar. Read all about ancestral research, including the why? and how-to?, as well … More Ancestral Journey
A few good men in the political party can become enmeshed in the struggle to enlighten a wilful … More Party Political Meeting
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
The Banfields’ band was giving this rehearsal all they had, and why not? Apparently they have been on the circuit … More Two Weeks Notice
Thought he had me in a strangle-hold, he did.
Wish somebody would put him down like the mangy dog he is.
… More Picture Postcard 13
we are going to do something easy. What I call Plantain Hors D’oeuvres, and if you think cocktail sausages.. … More How To Make Plantain Hors d’Oeuvres
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
She surfaced just as I was preparing to gulp down that ocean … More My First Beach Experience
I am enjoying the Canadian holiday and weather, but there is no place like ‘home’. … More Missing You Barbados
A cool mid-day breeze blowing. Time for lunch. I am so at ease here sitting on the bed … More Clippings From My Life
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