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Not too exciting of a city. Most of the British owned cruise ships begin or end here in Barbados. The cruise commandos arrive here by air (they have their own terminal, immigration, and customs), and then it looks like an army caravan to the port. The terminal is huge. I think I counted five ships in port. There are a few pictures from around town. The Carlisle Wharf was a nice walk, but definitely built for the cruise ships. ...
... houses (who rented out rooms) so we have been more imerged in the culture in one way.
Anyways, after the nearly 3h trip of finding the hostel we went to the Oistin Fish Fry-out which is a local tradition on Fridays when all the fish market put on a Barbecue where you can buy freshly grilled fish and there are people dancing and playing music on a stage. This was really the first time it actually felt like we were backpacking because we ...
... with Liat to get to Barbados. When we finally got in the air, It was quite bizarre as we landed back in St. Vincent en route. The timing was perfect as we got to see the country that was our home for 8 weeks as the sun was setting. It's worth pointing out that at this point Rich claimed to see his baggage been unloaded and sent over to St Vincent's small airport terminal. Anyway, we made it to Barbados but our bags didn't. ...
The morning was spent relaxing on the beach mostly. A little painting. A little reading, ok, a little snoozing too! After lunch we went to the Garrison to watch the horse races. It was a lot of fun, a very relaxed atmosphere. People tailgate , set up food booths, sell food and booze .. But no souveniers!. We came back for a swim and photo session. Then we had dinner on the beach at a tiny picnic table . Tonight I'm drinking champagne so who know what can ...
... butter for dunking. The lobster was grilled, very meaty and delicious. With a Heineken and a rum punch (which was made with cinnamon) the bill came to 155BD – a little excessive for lunch maybe, but definitely the best meal in Barbados so far.
The restaurant is surprisingly down market for the prices they charge – no A/C (just a few fans to circulate the air), plastic tables and chairs – but a nice laid back feel. It’s right on the ...
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