What's Happening: Barbados March Events 2015

27th February, 2015
Barbados March Events 2015

It feels like just yesterday we were celebrating the beginning of the New Year and now we are quickly approaching the end of the second month already! Have a look at some of the fun and interesting events in Barbados the month of March brings!

Cooking Bajan Style: Pulped Eddoes

25th February, 2015
Pulped Eddoes Recipe Barbados

Pulped eddoes are one of those authentic Bajan dishes you will find in a local's home for a Sunday lunch! One of the many ways we Bajans eat eddoes, is "pulped". This means the eddoes are cooked with lime and pepper to taste!

Here is the recipe for pulped eddoes:

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island Life {Through Instagram}

20th February, 2015
Barbados Blues
 

The weekend is here and we are so excited to explore our little Island, Barbados.

Here are some instagrams of our doings from last week around the rock! 

Explore: Gun Hill

18th February, 2015
Gun Hill Barbados

Although Barbados is known for its abundance of white sand beaches and bright blue seas, the island also possesses many notable attractions rich with history for you to discover. Located 700ft above sea level on the highlands of the parish of St. George, Gun Hill Signal Station has arguably one of the most impressive views of the island, overlooking the East, moving through the South and finally the captivating West Coast of Barbados.

Inspire: Eat Local

13th February, 2015
Eat Local
 

Barbados has some of the freshest farm to table food around! When travelling to and around barbados buy locally grown and sourced food! It's one of the best ways to experience Barbados! 

Barefoot on the Beach: Carlisle Bay

12th February, 2015
Carlisle Bay Barbados

Carlisle Bay is the natural crescent-shaped harbour located on the South West Coast of the island in the parish of St. Michael and is most definitely a beach you want to visit during your stay in Barbados. Historically named after the first Earl of Carlisle at the time, James Hay, who was a Lord Proprietor of the British West Indies Colonies of which Barbados belonged to. Carlisle Bay was previously populated by vessels that could not fit in the main harbour located in Bridgetown.

Bajan 101: How to Experience Authentic Barbados

10th February, 2015
Local Bajans

Although the British influence is still present in Barbados, it does not overwhelm the strong blend of food, art and customs that combined together make up the Barbadian culture. With such a rich and ever-present culture, visitors of the island are ensured an original and authentic Caribbean experience. Here are a few tips on how you can be sure to experience authentic Barbados!

Hello: February

5th February, 2015
Hello February

The first month of the year has flown by already and we are now in February! Our weekends have been full of beach days and sunshine; here is the beautiful Bath Beach situated on the East coast of Barbados!

 

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