Beach View

Paynes Bay, St. James, BB24009, Barbados | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from St. James

    Time To Say Goodbye

    A travel blog entry by debcaruso on Mar 04, 2014

    14 photos

    ... delicious meals. We had coconut scampi and grilled kingfish with the best rice I have ever had. Relaxing back at the house and wishing we did not have to go home to -30 from hot 30+. So thankful that Terry and Michelle introduced us to this beautiful Caribbean island. We will miss the island and our friends. They may be glad to have some time alone, but those two still act like teenagers!!!!! Ciao ...

    Catch of the birthday and the back up plan

    A travel blog entry by bettya52 on May 26, 2013

    3 photos

    ... mind the back up plan comes into action.

    We finish the shopping, including another birthday cake, and head back to the hut.

    After several hours of food preparation and some pretty nifty decorating by Ruth it's time to get the party started.

    Another surprise - Keisha and Andy arrive. Malcolm is pretty bowled over by it all.
    Mind you he ends up doing the BBQ even though he's the birthday boy.


    A day in Bridgetown

    A travel blog entry by danharriet on Jan 31, 2013

    28 photos

    ... with restaurants and shops on one side opposite bars and betting parlors on the other side of the street. We entered at the end of this street which was less than a block from St. Michaels.

    St. Michael's Church was built in 1789 and became a cathedral in 1825. Its arched roof was at one time the widest in the world. Many famous Bajans (residents of Barbados) are buried here. The church property occupies a full city block and is contained behind an eight foot white concrete wall ...

    Alvan and the chickmunks

    A travel blog entry by steve-claire on Feb 18, 2012

    4 comments, 54 photos

    ... She wasn’t happy!

    We heard some music coming from the street so we went to investigate and saw the carnival procession of acrobats, dancing girls and stilt walkers. It all made for a great atmosphere. Just off the street was a path down to the beach where there was a bar and the Police brass band ready to start entertaining the crowd. We sat sipping cocktails on the beach listening to the band as ...

    Zip Line adventure

    A travel blog entry by tonyandtonya on Jul 05, 2011

    12 photos

    ... a month. It truly sounds like another language when they get going. Once in a while, you pick up an English word in the midst of the mumble jumble, but since you can't understand the rest of the words, it's close to impossible to get the jist of the conversation. A.J. and the other guy (I can't remember his name) taught us about the origination of the island, the fascinating trees and vegetation, and oh so hilarious ...