Cassandra 2 Beach Apartments

Road View, Speightstown, Barbados | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Speightstown

Rap bus to Speighstown

A travel blog entry by debcaruso on Feb 25, 2014

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... at La Bouche. Banks beer, 4 for $10 Bajan or $5 Canadian. Needless to say, we had several. Food was good too!! Saw my first kitty, but not friendly. Went home with all the school kids jammed in the bus. Taking Michelle out for her birthday tonight at the Chinese restaurant that we all like. Another beautiful day in paradise.
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Paradise!

A travel blog entry by morada2007 on Aug 01, 2012

... on them. I think I'm going to jump in a band for Kadooment this year. Perhaps you have seen Rihanna doing it?


I also went to the beach which took all of 3 minutes to drive to and saw a guy wearing a U of L shirt! I asked him if he was from there, and he said that he has ...

Mr. Felix's wild ride

A travel blog entry by fxdacat on Dec 05, 2011

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... starting to wear off. We took one last walk up to Cherry Hill which had great views of the island. It was really nice and we saw some souvenir vendors selling some trinkets. But it was getting late and we had to walk all the way down the large hill to catch a bus in the nearest town. Yay! More walking! Thankfully, one of the souvenir merchants was driving down and he agreed to take us to the nearest bus stop. Barbadians are ...

Cosmopolitan Bridgetown

A travel blog entry by bumihills on Apr 06, 2011

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Hooray for civilization! Hooray for land! We loved Bridgetown though maybe it was in part because we had been at sea for 4 days. In any case, Bridgetown was lovely! The town is the capital of Barbados and has a population of about 100,000 people. It was founded by the British and has a distinctive look of a British town but with ...

Handpicked villas

A travel blog entry by handpicked on Apr 05, 2011

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Explore the amazing sea life surrounding Barbados on board a real air conditioned submarine which dives to a 150 feet. Passengers can view a spectacular coral reef and a sunken shipwreck through the sub's large, clear viewing windows.

In 2010, Harrison Cave re-opened after undergoing extensive refurbishment. Glass elevators descend to the entrance of the cave where you can see streams, calm glassy pools, stalactites and stalagmites ...