Sunset Sands Apartments

Address: Sand Street, Speightstown, Barbados | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Speightstown

Spelunking and cruising

A travel blog entry by webs820 on Aug 30, 2015

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... believe the water drains into the ocean. We didn't get that far. On the way back we went in a tunnel stream on hands and feet crawling upstream in the pitch black for 100 yards. It was awesome. Came back to Santosha had a great lunch and passed out with the windows and doors wide open letting the ocean breeze flow through our room. After the two hr nap, we jumped up and headed out in the jeep ...

Rap bus to Speighstown

A travel blog entry by debcaruso on Feb 25, 2014

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... at La Bouche. Banks beer, 4 for $10 Bajan or $5 Canadian. Needless to say, we had several. Food was good too!! Saw my first kitty, but not friendly. Went home with all the school kids jammed in the bus. Taking Michelle out for her birthday tonight at the Chinese restaurant that we all like. Another beautiful day in paradise.


A travel blog entry by morada2007 on Aug 01, 2012

... on them. I think I'm going to jump in a band for Kadooment this year. Perhaps you have seen Rihanna doing it?

I also went to the beach which took all of 3 minutes to drive to and saw a guy wearing a U of L shirt! I asked him if he was from there, and he said that he has ...

Family get together

A travel blog entry by youngexplorer on Feb 16, 2012

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I always love going to Barbados, For many reasons......
My Grandma Minkie has a house and we all meet there every year....
Food- sugar cane, It is everywhere and we always go get some and eat it
breakfast pancakes, Every morning I get them
pina colada. On the beach at lunch time
Beach- warm water sand fun! ridding the waves.
Family- cousins, uncle, ants

Mr. Felix's wild ride

A travel blog entry by fxdacat on Dec 05, 2011

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... starting to wear off. We took one last walk up to Cherry Hill which had great views of the island. It was really nice and we saw some souvenir vendors selling some trinkets. But it was getting late and we had to walk all the way down the large hill to catch a bus in the nearest town. Yay! More walking! Thankfully, one of the souvenir merchants was driving down and he agreed to take us to the nearest bus stop. Barbadians are ...