Maresol Beach Apartments
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... aspect to it, visiting a synagogue, then driving by one church and stopping at another. First, we stopped at the Nidḥe Israel Synagogue, the only synagogue in Bridgetown and one of the oldest synagogues in the western hemisphere. In 2011 the Synagogue and excavated Mikvah (ritual bath) were designated as UNESCO protected properties. Then we drove past St. Andrew’s, established in 1630. It survived the Great Hurricane ...
3 hrs, 2 kms Today is my last day. Having hiked through all the parishes in one continuous hike, I could say I'm finished exploring this country. But I'm certainly not going to just sit around all day. I suppose I could do a "bonus hike", and start where my hike ended and just loop around through a couple of towns. It will actually be kind of nice to just be able to wander without the pressure ...
4 hrs, 6 kms It seems like much of Barbados is just one massive urban sprawl where one neighborhood or town just kind of blurs into the next. Don't know how many of these towns I'm going to count as parkbenchable.... I guess I'll just figure it out as a go along. Oistins does have it's own post office and government offices, so I suppose it'll count. It also has a nice beach with a shady ...
... to the music playing from our open plantation bus. We also had the opportunity to surf at one of the beaches and Kaitlyn caught her first wave! Yahoo!
3) St. Lucia- It was Kaitlyn's birthday the day we arrived in St. Lucia. So we decided to celebrate by snorkelling between the Pitons. St. Lucia is famous for the Pitons, and the snorkelling was great! Crystal clear water, warm sunshine, what more could a girl ask for on her birthday!
We have now been in Barbados for a couples of days, the birthplace of rum... I should probably fact check that but regardless, it's ridiculously cheap here. Before coming here I expected Barbados to be just another Americanized resort like Hawaii or Bahamas but that image faded immediately when we exited the airport. Although it's one of the most developed islands in the region, it's still very poor, and it actually reminds me a lot of ...