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Top 5 Casual Cafes on the West

We know it’s a task trying to find the best places to dine while traveling. Whether it’s a café or bar, you want to make sure your receiving the best food and service each and every time. So if your looking for a quaint spot to catch a quick bite on the West...

Beautiful and blessed is the land on which this amazing island is built. Its crystal clear beaches and white sandy shores, are filled with fantastic history and tales of long ago; of a country heavily routed in religion, spirituality and theology.

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East Point Lighthouse Barbados

Located in the beautiful parish of St. Philip is the third oldest lighthouse ever to be erected in Barbados. East point lighthouse, or Ragged Point as it is most commonly known, is located upon a cliff top at the most easterly point in Barbados. This quaint...

Lover's Leap St. Lucy

Lover's leap is located on the cliff's of Harrison Point Light House, St.Lucy!  The dark and gloomy legend has it that the daughter of one of St.Lucy's eldest residents,...

Located on the east of the island in the parish of St. Joseph is Blackman’s Gully and Bridge, better known to many locals as Molasses Bridge. Blackman’s Gully, one of the island’s best kept secrets, is part of the island-wide series of gullies, home to many...

Martin's Bay Barbados

This little bay is located on the East coast of Barbados in the parish of St. John. It is a quaint fishing village which boasts rugged authenticity and of course views which will leave you believing it is all a dream! As you drive down the hill to Martins Bay...

There are always those little unknown quirky discoveries when you visit any destination, in Barbados we have a very unique and different coconut trees which can be found as you explore the Eastern side of the island. We call it the cork screw coconut tree as...

Catch of the day at Conset Bay Barbados

Located in one of the many sheltered bays of St. John, Conset Bay has a quaint fish market oozing with Bajan charm. As you drive down the main hill towards...

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