Rosebank Apartments

Address: Halls Gap, Hastings, Barbados | Condo
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This condo, located on Halls Gap, Hastings, is near Crane Beach, Bush Hill House, Barbados Museum & Historical Society, and Ocean Echo Stables.
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      A travel blog entry by rileydog99 on Mar 18, 2011

      5 comments, 9 photos

      ... amp; Dolphin ( which is NOT Flipper but a smaller fat fish much like a Mahi Mahi )---- very yummy. It was great fun to see everybody after so many years --- some I hadn’t seen for almost 15 years -- and I recognized everybody!! Back on the ship with another memorable day behind us we had a sail away party again on the private front deck of the ship. Yup --- a great day!! ...

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

      A travel blog entry by vino_voyageurs on Mar 09, 2011

      ... a chickpea curry wrap thing. Called a double because it is wrapped in two small shells.
      Inside: chickpeas, curry, pepper sauce, mango sauce, unknown green sauce, angels.
      Outside: soft semi-sweet corn meal esque tortilla kinda things.

      EFF, EFF, EFF if this is the only thing I ever eat again I'm ok with that. (oh and they are a buck) SO freaking delicious. Extra awesome occurs when washing one down with a super strong dark and stormy ...

      Truckin around Bridgetown

      A travel blog entry by aniseh on Jun 01, 2010

      4 photos

      ... on the island, so I thought it was ironic (and would be lame) to visit a "zoo", but actually it was a really nice facility. Once we walked through a security gate, we were essentially walking among free-ranging animals. There was no feeding of them allowed (no food was supplied) and we were warned that they were still wild (no touching!), so it was like we were visiting their home. There weren't a huge variety of animals, but the quantity was nothing to sneeze ...

      Mount Gay Rum / Boatyard Regatta 2010

      A travel blog entry by martyandness on May 21, 2010

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... walking along the beach with his little fella out, peeing as he walked, talking to trees. When Ian asked him if he was alight, he proceed to demonstrate how to make an "Aussie pillow" out of sand and promptly fell to sleep on it.

      The next day, Adam felt guilty for leaving us 3 to sail, so said he'd come along but Ruby still refused, it was just the 4 of us. It was light winds, so that wasn't too bad, but we only had a very ...

      Yo L'il Dude, Give Me Fin

      A travel blog entry by jeremystravels on Mar 10, 2010

      4 comments, 20 photos

      ... which makes all 3 of our Carnival based excursions using catamarans. Win! This one was quite excellent as it took 45 minutes to get to the snorkel site, with 45 minutes snorkeling with giant sea turtles. At first we only had one turtle and a puffer fish. But after some time another large sea turtle showed up and a baby one did as well. I should use the term baby loosely, as it was still rather large, but half the size of ...