Collected by christina p
If you happen to visit Barbados during their summer festival, Crop Over, I highly suggest checking out one of BRC's events. Held on Friday nights into the late morning hours of Saturday, you are guaranteed to have an excellent time dancing (or as...
Carlisle Bay Highway 7, Bridgetown, Barbados
When I first started visiting Barbados 13 years ago, I loved this beach. It was truly sandy, and yes...I hate sand. Still, it was once a long stretch of sand that was about three times the length of what you see here. It was called Sandy Beach...
Sam Lord's Castle, Belair, Barbados
Sadly, the infamous castle by the island's famous buccaneer caught fire in 2010. I never seemed to find time in previous visits to see it in its splendor which makes me appreciate historical sites more. You never know when a fire or disaster will...
Sargeant Street, Barbados
The oldest school of theology in the Western Hemisphere, the grounds of Codrington College is really what enticed me to visit. I'd been before and thought I should take some better pictures. The school isn't huge or anything, but its history is...
After a delightful tour of the Mount Gay Rum Distillery, we walked our tipsy selves back through Bridgetown, stopping at every stall to inspect the local fruits and veggies. One thing we don't find nearly as often in Puerto Rico is soursop (sugar...
Rum is king in Barbados. While the Mount Gay rum distillery is in the north, guests in Bridgetown can learn all about centuries’ worth of rum production at the Mount Gay Visitor Centre. Of course, a tasting is part of any visit....
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