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Travel Blogs from Barbados
... in 1981 and sold to one Keith Melville, whose grandfather just happened to be Dr. Harcourt Carter, an optometrist, who bought the first lens grinding plant to Barbados. There are numerous optometry offices around the island which bear the Carter name. At Sudbury, we snapped a picture of D.H.D. Carter, actually an old photo of him hanging on the wall, assuming it to be Harcourt, but who knows. Having gone to St. John’s ...
... have to experience this anyways. It is quite magical--I'll have to come back later, once the sun isn't so hot to just come out here and spend a couple of hours just chilling in the middle of the ocean. On towards Bridgetown, there is a boardwalk that continues for aways... another hotel resort... and then the scenery changes abruptly and the upscale touristy area ends and the gritty streets of Bridgetown begin. A sign proudly ...
... carrying a guitar as well "come and join us!" we invite them, "Oh I'm finished!" the heavily tattooed fellow says "I'm a veteran and I've got PTSD... coming here to the beach to play is my therapy" I get a little suspicious when my new friends suggests that I should buy them drinks. That doesn't sound quite right... I politely excuse myself and continue on my way... I was still a cool encounter ...
Barbados was the final stop on our nine day trip from Fort Lauderdale - time to say goodbye to the friends we had made during this short time . Of about 240 passengers only 17 of us were staying on for the next leg. I have been told that we will only be 180 passengers on this ship which can hold 296, for the trip to Manaus and back to Bridgetown.
We had ...
... houses (who rented out rooms) so we have been more imerged in the culture in one way.
Anyways, after the nearly 3h trip of finding the hostel we went to the Oistin Fish Fry-out which is a local tradition on Fridays when all the fish market put on a Barbecue where you can buy freshly grilled fish and there are people dancing and playing music on a stage. This was really the first time it actually felt like we were backpacking because we ...