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Salmond, Barbados
Heading up north in Barbados is a great way to get away from the bustle of Bridgetown and the hustle of the west coast. And if you’re going north, why not go all the way to North Point? First off, Mondays are the best day for this excursion as...
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Allen View, Barbados
For the longest time I avoided coming here. It's not that I'm afraid of caves...I just feel like all these caves look the same. I went to some in Spain, another in Virginia. I was convinced, however, because it was a nighttime trek through the...
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Holetown, Barbados
On the road along the coast headed north out of Bridgetown, you come across some old boatyards full of colorful vessels. There are some little lunch spots and rum bars along the way. My favorite is called St Elmos in Moontown, between Holetown and...
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Henrys, Bridgetown, Barbados
There's simply no better place to get Caribbean spiny lobster on Barbados than Lobster Alive. Fact. Why? Because practically every lobster sold in every restaurant on the island comes through this one unassuming location. The problem is that due...
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Pebbles Beach, Bridgetown, Barbados
For a delicious and simple fish fix, this is the place to go! With 3 menu items (cheese, egg, marlin), there aren't many options, but it works! I recommend getting all 3 on 1 sandwich. The price is cheap at $5 US, and the food is fresh. Although...
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Brown's Gap, Bridgetown, Barbados
Mauby tastes like Christmas. Traditionally found in the drink form, this creative little local health food shack turned it into a vegan ice cream. And wow was it delicious! Hints of nutmeg and spices, but sweet and tasty. This little family run...
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The Boardwalk Main Road, Highway 7, Bridgetown, Barbados
On my most recent visit, I arrived at Tapas just after the lunch rush. The hustle and bustle had just died down — leaving me and my traveling companions free to enjoy the sounds of the waves coming ashore just beyond the dining room and more...
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President Kennedy Dr, Bridgetown BB120004, Barbados
Remodeled in advance of the West Indies–hosted 2007 World Cup, this historic ground, established in 1882, holds more than 11,000 fans in four modernized grandstands. The lively atmosphere is legendary. By Emma John This appeared in the Jan/Feb...
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It’s worth the drive “down north” for a tour of this gorgeous residence built around 1658 of brick and limestone only 30 years after Barbados’ settlement by the British in 1627. You may even find yourself echoing the sentiments of James Petri...