We sure have some beautiful sunsets here in Barbados!
Another month of 2015 has come and gone! As we prepare to head into the new month, have a look at all the fun events April has in store for you here in Barbados!
We have to say that we do have a great quality of life here in Barbados! Just look at what our days look like, from the fire blazing sunsets, to the crystal clear water and beautiful country views. Sometimes we have to sit back and really take it all in to fully appreciate what we have here in Barbados. We do live how most people vacation. Happy days from us here at Loop Barbados!
Magnetic Hill, more commonly known as Morgan Lewis Hill, is located in the middle of the island, 850 feet above sea level in the parish of St. Andrew. This often forgotten spot offers a magnificent view of the Scotland District in St. Andrew. Why is it called a magnetic hill? When driving down this hill, you are given the illusion that it you are actually rolling up hill!
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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 animals such as green monkeys, and endless luscious plant life. The gully used to be an illegal dumping ground until The Future Centre Trusts’ “Clean Up Barbados Program” removed the mass amounts of garbage.
Whether you are visiting the island on vacation or on a business trip, it is very common for visitors to rent a car during their stay. While this is a convenient method of transportation for the duration of your stay, the roads in Barbados can be dangerous if you are unaware and unfamiliar with the norms, as with any where you may travel to. Here are our top tips to know before driving in Barbados.
Yes, it is not Bajan Food but we all want a little diversity when visiting Barbados, or anywhere in the world. As a matter of fact, our Barbadian cuisine did develop based on a mix of many, many cultures, one being Indian. Today we thought we would share Barbados' best Indian Restaurant (in our opinions) - Sitar - is located in Second Street, Holetown! The owners, Hasaan and his brother Ansari continually add their Indian Heritage to both the cuisine and atmosphere.
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