Travel Blogs from Barbados

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Home Of The Pirates, Bridgetown, Barbados travel blog

Home Of The Pirates

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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... finished with Brazil, we're heading for home with a couple of Caribbean stops on the way. First up is Barbados, formerly a British colony and currently one of the more popular island stops (particularly for those overpaid types whose sole ...

Skippy, Skippy, Skippy the Butch Kangaroo, Snowy Mountains, Barbados travel blog

Skippy, Skippy, Skippy the Butch Kangaroo

A travel blog entry by escapetherace

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... up the gent. I agreed, holding back the urge to reply: "In the Honeymoon Suite at the Sandy Lane Hotel in Barbados with Milla Jovovich would be nice". 17/4 After our marathon 3 mile run the previous day we skipped our morning workout due to ...

last week in BIM, Dover beach, Barbados travel blog

last week in BIM

A travel blog entry by kris

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... , i managed to pull my still drunk selve to the "graham hall sanctuary" that his a little hidden gem on the south coast of barbados, it's like a totaly different island in there, it's small and i think the entry fee was about twenty bajan, but it's well ...

At sea, On the way to barbados, Spain travel blog

At sea

A travel blog entry by kris

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My first full day at sea started off with a full english breakfast, a bowl of frosties and a chat to Betty, a lady from Iowa.. i was ofcourse late to breaky which has been an on going thing, but i have an excuse because in the daily itenary sheet your ...

Bajan beaches, babes and booze, Dover beach, Barbados travel blog

Bajan beaches, babes and booze

A travel blog entry by kris

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... and saw the harbour pilots climbing aboard.. a little cliche'd but it was weird seeing land and new people again.. geting to barbados was quite an achievement, seeing the bajan flag flying made me feel like i've definatly started my trip and the routine ...

My first two weeks in Barbados went like.., St. Lawrence Gap, Barbados travel blog

My first two weeks in Barbados went like..

A travel blog entry by kris

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updating this has been really hard to do, i've got behind in my paper journal too.. so i'm gonna have to summarise all of 2 weeks in this entry.. there isn't many photos too, because of the amount of times i've been drinking i rarely take it out with me ...

my first two weeks in barbados went like.. part 2, All over the island, Barbados travel blog

my first two weeks in barbados went like.. part 2

A travel blog entry by kris

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sorry, the last entry was ment to be abridged but turned out long.. this one is a true summary of crap of got up to... and i'll keep it short.. the next morning i had to collect my hire car downstairs at 11am from the guys who drop it off.. still ...

Trying to get updated on my 1st  2 weeks, St. lawrence gap, Barbados travel blog

Trying to get updated on my 1st 2 weeks

A travel blog entry by kris

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On the monday i had my second trip to bridgetown.. this time i felt like a pro as on the bus down there a canadian couple got on and asked me how to get to broad street from the bus terminal.. i cheekily told them straight on.. but soon said i was going ...

Recycling an English Garrison., Bridgetown, Barbados travel blog

Recycling an English Garrison.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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Bridgetown, Barbados gets a gong for recycling and reusing.  It had a huge historic parade ground. Called the Garrison Savanah, it was in use throughout the 1800's when the British army ruled the Winward and Leeward Islands from its ...

Bajan Beach Bum, St Lawrence Gap, Barbados travel blog

Bajan Beach Bum

A travel blog entry by spsadventures

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I got up for an early breakfast at the Steakhouse Grill/St. Lawrence Pizza Hut (not part of the chain) and then headed straight for the beach.  This is my last day in the Caribbean for a long time, so I planned to just spend it on the ...

One last beach day!, Mullins, Barbados travel blog

One last beach day!

A travel blog entry by aguerin02

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... are sad to be leaving tomorrow. Everything has gone very well. We have felt very safe and secure here as well as relaxed. Barbados has been beautiful:the weather, the scenery, the beaches , the oceans, the people! We were certainly return to this little ...

Happy Anniversary!, St. Peter, Barbados travel blog

Happy Anniversary!

A travel blog entry by globetrotters

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... , wish them many more years of love, joy and excitement. We have been honored to share this time with them here in Barbados. Our journey today was merely one of relaxation and reflection. Over breakfast, they shared their thoughts of what 25 years of ...

A Taste of Local Culture, Speightstown, Barbados travel blog

A Taste of Local Culture

A travel blog entry by globetrotters

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... of the weekend crowd. A leisurely stroll through the town took us past a few of the sidewalk vegetable vendors past the Barbados Department of Agriculture, the Speightstown Fish Market, and a few shops, then to Jordan's Market for a little grocery ...

Barely missed the hurricane, Cave Hill, Barbados travel blog

Barely missed the hurricane

A travel blog entry by lizrussosmells

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... because it's so far south. To say the least, it pleasant information to hear. As soon as I stepped off the plane in Barbados I think I began to profusly sweat. But I guess that comes with the territory. It's one of the sacrafices that I'm more than ...

Loving life..., Bathsheba, Barbados travel blog

Loving life...

A travel blog entry by lizrussosmells

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Happy Thanksgiving! So first of all, I apologize for the lack of updates. I've heard several complaints, so here I go with an attempt to catch you up on the past three months of my life... Life traveling through different countries is so ...

Leaving on a jet place.. going home.., Barbados, Barbados travel blog

Leaving on a jet place.. going home..

A travel blog entry by sunniebgi

... .   BA food was less than expected (not good)..  and sleep was not forthcoming.. anyway. We made it back to Barbados.. Elvis's brother Richard collected us from the airport and it was really great to get back home. I hope you have enjoyed ...

The adventure begins, Bridgetown, Barbados travel blog

The adventure begins

A travel blog entry by aguerin02

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... again had to wait in a few lines.  Next was the rental car. Now I will have to admit, I was a little hesitant about this. Barbados follows the same driving rules as England so you have to drive on the left side of the road and the driver sits on the ...

Bring on the rum punch!!, Bridgetown, Barbados travel blog

Bring on the rum punch!!

A travel blog entry by sharkita

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... on the others) so we have now been here for 3 days, and we are sitting in the library in Bridgetown in Barbados starting to catch up on emails. Unfortunately the previous blog up-dates are on our own computers and cannot connect to this one so ...

Diving, and the Real Barbados, Part I, Speightstown, Barbados travel blog

Diving, and the Real Barbados, Part I

A travel blog entry by dyer0930

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... ."  I'm not exactly sure what that means.)  Some people come to these tropical countries with luxurious resorts, like Barbados (or Indonesia or Malaysia or Thailand), and I'm convinced they drive from the airport to their hotel with their eyes ...

A Day in the Life of ...., 250 Miles To Go , Barbados travel blog

A Day in the Life of ....

A travel blog entry by sharkita

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... as there were various options about how far south to head and when to turn west. Now we are on a due west heading directly for Barbados so no great course or sail changes. Previously this had been the busiest time of the day when we made the relevant ...

Let's Just Chill Today, St. Peter, Barbados travel blog

Let's Just Chill Today

A travel blog entry by globetrotters

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We had big plans for today - shopping, sightseeing, more snorkeling. But as it turned out, we just chilled. After a leisurely breakfast, we decided to abandon our original plans, and instead just hang around. David and Arlette went snorkeling, while we ...

Over to the East Side, Bathsheba, Barbados travel blog

Over to the East Side

A travel blog entry by dyer0930

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... challenge.  So the bus is a very peaceful alternative. For a little adventure, we ate dinner at the Chefette -- a native Barbados fast food joint.  Travis had a surprisingly delicious burger and fries, and I had a very satisfying chicken roti - ...

Cosmopolitan Bridgetown, Bridgetown, Barbados travel blog

Cosmopolitan Bridgetown

A travel blog entry by bumihills

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... in 1639.  They even have a statue to Lord Nelson  near by as well as a monument to the national heroes of Barbados.  Some of the churches we visited included St. Mary's Church, built in the Georgian style in 1827 and St. Michael's ...

Island time...., Cave Hill, Barbados travel blog

Island time....

A travel blog entry by lizrussosmells

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I suppose I can only attribute my lack of updating my travelogue to my new found "island time." Everything here runs on this system, if you can even call it a system, of absolute relaxation. I've always considered myself somewhat laid back, go with the ...

The month of adjustment..., Cave Hill, Barbados travel blog

The month of adjustment...

A travel blog entry by lizrussosmells

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Well, it has been over a month since I've written to you all. I apologize. So much has happened, but I'll start where I left off... The pageant went surprising well. As anticipated, I'm not a beauty queen. But, what's more encouraging is that I didn't ...

Barbados, St. Lawrence Gap, Barbados travel blog

Barbados

A travel blog entry by nklenske

Night in ...

A little cooler, Rockley, Barbados travel blog

A little cooler

A travel blog entry by dyer0930

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... natural and cultural history of the island.  It's a pretty interesting story, but my burning question was not answered:  how did Barbados gain independence from Britain in 1966??  As far as I can tell, GB sort of said, "You're on your own, ...

A Do-Nothing Day, St. Peter, Barbados travel blog

A Do-Nothing Day

A travel blog entry by globetrotters

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Another lazy day in paradise. We simply enjoyed the ocean breeze and the lovely sunset. Enjoy the pictures...  ...

Stormy, Weston, Barbados travel blog

Stormy

A travel blog entry by morada2007

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It was storming and raining today, so I stayed in and watched t.v. with dad mostly.  Althought tonight, there was a beautiful sunset, so I took some pictures of it over the ocean which are below.  However, the pictures really just don't do this ...

Tropical Storm Ernesto, Speightstown, Barbados travel blog

Tropical Storm Ernesto

A travel blog entry by morada2007

... screw with my vacation, but it's not so bad.  There will be scattered showers everyday until I leave, but I DID come to Barbados during the rainy season, so it was a little bit expected.  The clouds just mean more protection from the sun!  ...

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