King's Beach Village

Address: Saint Peter, Barbados, Caribbean | Villa
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    TripAdvisor Reviews King's Beach Village Saint Peter

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    Travel Blogs from Saint Peter

    1985 The Bouldertop Parkbench

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 20, 2015

    30 photos

    ... world under this dense growth, hidden from the world outside... I come out the other side and find myself in the town of Bathsheba. There are a couple of tourists here--more of the backpacker type rather than the resort tourists. I would have to say this is probably going to be my favorite place in all of Barbados. Over every ridge and around every corner is another cool, rugged view with rock formations rising from the ...

    Love Barbados!

    A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Mar 14, 2014

    5 photos

    ... out a small bit of sand as our own.

    It was wonderful! The snorkeling was very good and we were in the water for about an hour. Got out and watched 2 large catamarans pull up in front of us. You know you've picked a good spot if this is where the boat tours stop. We were cozy in our spot, and once I was dry I decided to get back in the water. It was just great! I've included one of my photos of a large school of blue Tangs.

    All too soon, ...

    Cruise Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas

    A travel blog entry by jas20j on Nov 05, 2013

    13 photos

    ... sunbathe and stroll of the world famous Magen's Bay Beach. The beach has showers and change rooms and has been named by National Geographic as one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. It was a lovely beach and setting but we really are spoilt by our beaches at home. Later in the afternoon we were dropped off in downtown Charlotte Amalie for some shopping before making our way back to the ship. ...

    It's a rum do

    A travel blog entry by bettya52 on May 29, 2013

    9 photos

    ... them Henry and Phil had 11.

    But there's more. In their replica rum bar we have a rum cocktail made with Passoa. It was fab.
    As we emerge feeling a lovely rum glow, Andy is ready to take us to Bridgetown for lunch. We need it to soak up the drink.

    Omara and Phil buy a couple of Barbados caps to keep off the amazingly sunshine and we decide to lunch at the Waterfront where the boats and catamarans are berthed. ...

    A Flash of Flying Fish

    A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 01, 2012

    ... and the shops, in tended to be a 'through' area for access from one end of the ship to the other. That meant, while we were in our formal glad-rags, passengers on the later sitting were walking through in shorts, flip-flops, and even swimsuits and sarongs. Were they taking the Mick or what?!

    When the Captain arrived to give his little speech and introduce his senior officers, he had to do it on the stairs. How daft. ...