Port St. Charles
Travel Blogs from Saint Peter
Another hot, sunny day in Barbados. Catch a few rays while having my tea, then head to Surfside for breakfast and one last walk on the beach. Nice that we have a later flight so we can enjoy half a day. Sad (and jealous!) to say goodbye to Terry and Michelle. They ...
... to do. It's gonna be an interesting afternoon.
Mum takes a sip and passes her glass to Henry who dutifully polishes it off and does the same with Omara's.
Mum skips the second tasting and on the third one I encourage her to take a sip. She declares that it's too strong and although I suggest that she passes it to Henry again. She downs it in one gulp.
We figure out that mum has had 2 shots, I've had three ...
... near the coast because of the phalanx of buildings. Turning up the hill, we passed the Sandy Cove golf club, where Tiger Woods got married. As well as many more large homes.
As we crossed over the island, we changed from the homes of ex-pats and wealthy transients to the homes of locals. The west side of the island is mostly coral, and supports construction well. The east side of the island is sandier, much more susceptible to landslides. Locals plant ...
Saturday 26th November 2011
St Lucia to Barbados
Oh we're going to Barbados, oh gonna see the palm trees.... But first morning exercise.
So it seems we are not going to Barbados to see the sunshine after all, it's tipping down. Took a leisurely breakfast and headed into the cruise terminal to shop till we drop. We drop pretty quick... Nothing that interesting ...
... called Brown Sugar. It's located just south of Bridgetown and housed in a charming old Barbadian home. The eatery is famous for their delicious all-you-can-eat planter's buffet lunch and a variety of local and Creole dishes.
What is the best way to see the island?
Varita: I recommend ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking