From the bright and beautiful foods, to the cotton-candy sunsets, to the heartfelt heritage, Barbados really does have it all!
Hibiscus flowers are one of those infamous tropical flowers which you will notice dotted everywhere around Barbados. They grow on large bushes and can be found in a variety of colours, from vibrant red to pink to white and even yellow! They grow between 4 and 18 cm wide and are seen in many local gardens across the island, as they are a great addition to the landscape! Not only are hibiscus flowers beautiful to admire, but they can be used for teas (both hot and cold) as they are full of vitamin C and minerals.
We hope you enjoy our beautiful tropical flora here on the island!
Located on the South Coast of Barbados, in the parish of Christ Church is a lovely collection of bays named Inch Marlow. A surfer's paradise it is often referred to; as there are usually consistent waves throughout the year, particularly suitable for beginner surfers. Almost daily the seas are dotted with these said surfers as board rentals and lessons are readily available in the surrounding area.
The beach is calling us this weekend! Happy Friday from us over at Loop Barbados!
Frizzled Salt Fish is a dish made in every household in Barbados, this delicacy is an alternative use of the salt fish typically associated with Bajan fishcakes. We have the recipe for you to try!
Welcoming the month of September...Have a fun filled one!
September has arrived in the blink of an eye and even though summer is slowly coming to end, Barbados still has some exciting events that you can be apart of:
Barbados September Event 1: The Barbados Golf Open at Barbados Golf Club happens on the 1st September. The Barbados Open - Round 1 is being played at The Barbados Golf Club, Durants, Christ Church, 7am - 5pm! Hope to see all you golfers there!
Just last week we voted Relish Best Cafe in Barbados, not only for their innovative food and energetic style but also for their true Caribbean Roots. There is always a fun flare to their food and we are so happy to feature their flavour happy recipes under our Cooking Bajan Style segment! Today we are starting with Curry Crab with Coconut and Chili.
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