Mackston Apartments

Address: Hastings, BB15028, Barbados | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Hastings

I've got a lovely bunch of coconuts....

A travel blog entry by vino_voyageurs on Mar 09, 2011

... legit ginger beer and the juicest lime in the world.

Dinner was also a Bajan feast with flying fish, pork, chicken, macaroni pie, rice and beans, veg, and cou-cou, which is kinda like polenta with okra in it and gracy on top. These people know how to eat. Somehow throughout the course of the day I managed to nom down an entire pineapple.

Like I said... eat, drink, and nothing are my goals for the next two weeks. I'd say I'm on ...

Mount Gay Rum / Boatyard Regatta 2010

A travel blog entry by martyandness on May 21, 2010

1 comment, 2 photos

... so we opted to fly the smaller head sail, and paid for it. It seems the abused thrown at Edger along with the almost complete mutiny had sunk in, Edger was very placid on this occasion and everyone had a much better time. Despite the clear hangovers on most people, the drinking however was still in full swing.

The next day I had convinced Ness to come along. I told her that Edger was fine now, and even if not, he would not yell at ...

Tree Frogs Are the New Hip Hop

A travel blog entry by chcbella on Apr 18, 2010

... to another time so I can work in some monkey-watching.I decided to have dinner at the hotel, not quite ready to venture into the Gap alone. I am quite shy on my own and think I'll need a few days to get into things before I build the courage to go out to a place alone. In general, I don't like people--I like to watch and judge them and I love my friends--but I don't like being in an environment where I am prey to them or not in control. So, I'll need to ...

Diving, and the Real Barbados, Part I

A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Aug 06, 2009

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... good for them and probably not for me either - but I have to admit it was cool. Shortly after this, Dave picked up a daddy-long-legs looking spindly crab or shrimp of some kind, which I had fun playing with for a while. We also saw an octopus hiding, many seahorses, lots of schools of fish in and around the wrecks, some more fluorescent colored shrimp hiding inside of sponges, and many many many feather duster worms, which look like ...


A travel blog entry by lposein on Jun 11, 2009

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... frogs and termites clinging en masse to a tree where they've been hanging out for 35 years. Ocean Park was next. Doesn't it sound like Marine Lane meets Sea World. More like four small aquariums one ray pool and a few sharks thrown in for good measure. The biggest attraction was closed. They forgot to mention that to my company. Oops.

Barbados has me lost in her wonders