King's Beach Village

Address: Saint Peter, Barbados, Caribbean | Villa
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Peter

    Fish Friday

    A travel blog entry by kerry.blackett on May 22, 2015

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    ... to the south of the USA. I watched the video alone as the american tourists had watched it just before I arrived. The tour guide then took me into the tunnel below which he explained had been used to drain the Garrison area when it was a swamp but was then used by the British military to get being key areas around the Garrison and down to the shore. He also told me of how smugglers used to use them to get goods from the boats inland and also how a husband used them ...

    From the freezer to the balmy Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 04, 2014

    The alarm went off at 3am (yes 3am!) it was 7F outside ( thats minus 14C). After a strong cup of coffee and vegemite toast,completed the final pack, loaded up the Jeep and checked out (after waking up the guy on duty!) we were on the road. It was very icy but we drove carefully and arrived in plenty of time to catch our Miami flight. Sunrise over Denver airport was pretty. I had tried to check in online ...

    Life's a beach and then you BBQ

    A travel blog entry by bettya52 on Jun 02, 2013

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    ... a bit more time exploring we would have found some friers selling lobster and shrimp, which is what Ruth and Malcolm wanted. Never mind.

    The bus back home is amazing it's jam packed and the driver just keeps on picking up more people - standing and squeezing room only. Don't do this journey if you have a problem with personal space!

    By the time we get home all we're fit for is our beds. I blame the rum punch.


    My Final Work Week in Bim

    A travel blog entry by leinad61 on Mar 11, 2013

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    I am beginning this week spending quality time with good friends. The feeling is quite emotional "why am I leaving again?" Well although I LOVE all these wonderful people in my life, an adventure awaits me on the other side of the world. YES I am afraid of what it beholds but I am also excited and curious. The journey begins in 10 ...

    Global Warming

    A travel blog entry by traveladdicts on Nov 10, 2011

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    ... and cotton as well as a prized defence system, 26 British forts along the coast. And though Barbados gained full independence in 1966, British influence is still strong especially when it comes to cricket.

    In and around the capital city of Bridgetown, there were excellent buys on jewellery, watches and rum – according to the sellers. We bought nothing. But we were amazed by the king sized Scotia Bank near the ...