Sunset Crest - Rival Enterprises
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... Silver sand is actually a very well known spot for wind surfers and Kite surfers. I enjoyed watching them play in the wind from sunrise to sunset.
The next day, i got to meet up with Austin, who had been there for 2 weeks already and was already familiar with some of the people and attractions in the area. I loved the vibes from the start, and i got to meet a lot of locals from this small town. Everybody was very nice, polite ...
... great and we were all very tired after a day of sun and fun.
We 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 piece of paradise. ...
It's bank holiday Monday and our plans to spend the day at the races don't quit come off. We spend the day chilling by the pool, listening to music, reading and chatting instead. We're on island time.
Maybe we'll have an adventure tomorrow?
Keisha phones to find out how we're doing and arranges to pick Henry and I up later for our evening at Cin Cin restaurant.
Lesley-Ann, she's definitely not called Beverley, ...
... of the small harbor into the town and end at the start of the Chamberlain Bridge which crossed the harbor waterway that separates the area into the inner and outer harbors. Across the street from the bridge was Independence Square that was marked by the Statue of Lord Nelson on one side and large Dolphin water fountain on the other. Here we would leave the Chamberlain Bridge temporary as we would walk across a busy thoroughfare onto the grounds of the old Parliament building complex. ...
... upmarket area where the beaches are not only beautiful but all of them are safe and calm.
We drove on to Barbados Wildlife Reserve and Signal Station and were amazed at the amount of green monkeys playing around the area, the number of tortoises everywhere, the deer, the flamingos, the caymans, etc. all to be seen out wandering on the grounds. After this we drove to Nickolas Abbey to wander around ...