Barbados Divers Association along with Reefers and Wreckers Dive shop invited us to dive deep in the water Saturday 18th July in support of PADI women's dive day! It was a first time dive and it could not have ben more thrilling. I will admit I was a bit nervous in the beginning, having to dive 40 FT and all. However, it could not have been more simple and beyond stunning.
As we know, our food today often tells a story of our history and the people of our beautiful island. Many of the food was developed by the Slaves who were sailed over to the Caribbean and today they are still eaten on a daily basis.
We enjoyed a day overflowing with Culture, Craft and Cuisine last Saturday at Animal Flower Cave. The St. Lucy's Parish Independence Committee, also known as team 439, once again outdid themselves! Traditional fare such as Cutters, Fish Cakes, Conkies, Corn Pap and Coconut Water were on sale along with locally made crafts!
Barbados July Event 1. Bajan Fusion Surf and Turf: This fitness event will be held on the 18th July at Pebbles beach from 3:30PM-7PM. Join them as they gear up to fuse Surfing, Paddle Boarding, & Beach Fitness! Make sure to register by 11th July and secure your paddle board by registering at any Fresh4Less store (Sky Mall/Colonade Mall/Bridge Street Mall). For more information on this event, please call (246) 256-3093 or email email@example.com
The wild and rugged are always beautiful! This can especially be said at sunset looking east on the most Northern point of the island of Barbados! Full of underwater caves, dramatic rock formations and gurgling currents, this spot overlooking the cliffs of the Animal Flower Cave is stunning beyond words!
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, Mr. Cox. had fallen madly in love with a navel officer (from the nearby naval base) and accepted his hand in marriage. On hearing this the father immediately objected to this union, and as a result the couple decided to elope. One starry night the naval officer brought a small boat to whisk his soon to be wife away.
Sugar Cane Club and Spa is one of those hotels which is tucked away in the northern part of Barbados overlooking the North West coast. It has a slightly Spanish feel with it terra cotta coloured roof and white walls; exuding a warm, tropical feeling at the same time. The hotel is an all inclusive, adults only hotel with rooms scattered across the lush landscape. We had the pleasure of staying at Sugar Cane Club and Spa in one of their garden suites located near the pool area.
We are now in the 6th month of the year and we honestly cannot believe how fast it has come! We will be approaching Kadooment very soon! Here are some fun and exiciting events happening on our little rock for the month of June.
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