Melbourne Inn

Address: 135 4th Avenue, Christ Church, Barbados | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 135 4th Avenue, Christ Church, is near Cool Runnings Catamaran Cruises, Rockley Beach, Glory Tours, and Beaches of Worthing.
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      Love Barbados!

      A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Mar 14, 2014

      5 photos

      ... back to the port and stopped at a bar for a local beer - we deserved it! The local beer here is "Banks." You can see that Gumby enjoyed his immensely.

      Tonight is the Captain's Circle party - meet the captain, free booze - it is a thank you party for returning Princess sailors. We shared our table with a British couple - who currently live in Alabama. They regaled us with great stories of snorkeling in Fiji and French Polynesia.

      It was a great ...

      Nature walks, beer and coconuts

      A travel blog entry by bettya52 on May 29, 2013

      5 photos

      ... kind of music. The next track is "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" which he joins in with equal gusto. I'm sensing a theme here.

      Clearly it's time we moved on. So we drink up and the guy that was clearing up suggests that we come back when they're open later. He reliably informs us that this is about 2, 2.30, 3.00 or 4 pm. Love it.

      A little further on we come to the coconut seller. Again this is something we pass all ...

      Back to basics in Barbados

      A travel blog entry by frostincluded on Oct 07, 2012

      7 comments, 12 photos

      ... be in agony, so I naturally felt very brave (if also a little stupid). I also recalled at that moment that the lunch place at the beach was called "Mr Delicious". Damn you Mr Delicious!

      It's while lying down on an osteopath's bench in a tropical paradise bench that the mind wanders slightly. How was I going to hike the Inca trail or climb Aconcagua now? I could barely squash a molehill, let alone scale an Andean peak. Why didn't I bend the knees ...

      And so it begins......

      A travel blog entry by kerron.hamblin on Mar 18, 2012

      ... six months ago. I had done copious amounts of research for the trip and braced myself for the worst. My experience in Kenya was incredible, but that may have been due to a sort of "bubble" that all of the delegates were placed in for the duration of the International Gold Event.
      Here, there is no internationally guided "bubble" to shield me; no buffer zone between myself and the "real world" - just me, my wits and my determination to see this through.

      Deep undercover

      A travel blog entry by steve-claire on Feb 23, 2012

      4 comments, 79 photos

      ... At one point they turned off all the lights and we experienced total darkness for a few moments.

      We were underground for about an hour, but it went so fast. There were some amazing shapes down there, you might be able to recognise an alter with a man proposing to a woman or the chandelier or maybe even Bob Marley? (The shadow is his face the stalactite his hair.

      From the cave we headed north to the parish of St ...