Courtyard by Marriott Bridgetown
Travel Blogs from Bridgetown
... 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. ...
... I wanted to the happy dance right then and there! ( Any of you with a family of five know that laundry seems to go up exponentially as you add more people.)
It was raining when we arrived so we did not head over to the beach but Robbie managed to jump right into the lap pool that is outside of our terrace. The terrace is like a slice of heaven, private and pretty. There is a 40 foot lap pool , dining area , sitting area and 2 ...
... peeling and itching more than a week later but it's finally starting to get better. I put sunscreen on twice, too! Next time I'll have to put more on!
I had a really good week last cruise for several reasons. First of all, it seemed like there were a lot of people who really liked my playing and singing and kept coming back to see me almost every time I played. There were about 8 people who would come every time and it made me ...
... monkey pics but just in case he is I overdid the primate photography once again. Imported from Senegal and The Gambia, these furry critters spend most of their time irritating the homeowners in the tonier sections of Barbados. And speaking of tony, Don T wanted to drop in on the local high end golf course to see what he was missing out on- he had tried to parlay his B.C. golf course membership into a discounted rate on ...
... the Atlantic Ocean and is the eastern most island in the Caribbean. We were here about a year and half ago and enjoyed much of the same weather as we are having today. On our previous visit to Barbados we were shown around the island by Ronnie Carrington, a native Barbadian who received his photography education in New York City. He took us across Barbados where we viewed the island as photography students. It was an extremely rewarding tour, but we bypassed Bridgetown, the capitol ...
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