Legend Garden Condos
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... plan so I head back to the main road with ever growing sprawl all around. Someone calls out to me from a house with the usual "where are you from?" "Where are you going?" "How do you like Barbados?" "Enjoy" Each time I kind of expect them to ask for money, try to sell me something, or offer to be my guide--but no, they're just being friendly and welcoming. I must say, for an overly touristy country, Barbadians have really surprised me with their ...
... either build vacation homes, retirement homes... or have enough money stashed away that they can just come and chill here indefinitely. Finally I reach the jagged cliffs overlooking the Atlantic. There's a sharp wind and fierce waves below--quite a contrast with the relaxing beaches on the south shores. Once again I'm glad I came to see this "other side" of the island. And with that, I wander back to the main road where I catch a night bus straight back to my pad... and call it a ...
... miles wide this far north, so from the ridge you can see both seas. For a mere $8 million dollars you can buy a three acre lot and build your house so one bathroom toilet view is the Atlantic and the other looks at the Caribbean. I would be happy with a simple condo facing the #18 for $1.8 million. So, since my stats for the blog now show that it has been viewed 894 times, please remit $20,000 each and you'll have a place to ...
... were like two other cars on the road). I sat next to a really nice local lady who gave me a little guided tour on the way but unfortunately her strong Bajan accent combined with the slurring of an older person I understood absolutely nothing of what she said... But it was all worth it once we got there because the beach and the cliffs were really dramatic. The waves are massive as there is practically nothing but water between the island and Africa so swimming and surfing is only ...
... into the water to catch the fish. The flying fish are fascinating; they skim over the surface of the water using their large lateral fins as rudimentary wings. Some of them can go for a surprising distance.
At around 10.50am we went along to the Exchange, which we were soon to nickname "Wetherspoon's" due to its similarity, in style and layout, to establishments belonging to that well-known pub chain. We managed to get a ...