Some sunny images of around our rock!
And some stunning sunsets that never get old!
Today marks Errol Barrow's birthday and Barbados' very own Errol Barrow Day, the day in which we celebrate this man's bravery and hard work! He brought Barbados to independence and for that reason Barbados, in 1989, announced his birthday would be made a Bank Holiday!
So to all our friends and followers - Happy Errol Barrow Day!
Now how could we say no to cruising along the coast on a pirate ship enjoying the sweet breeze and beautiful blues of Barbados, well we just couldn't! we hopped onto the Jolly Roger and made our way down the sandy Southern coast of the island and stopped off at the famous Carlisle Bay to explore the sunken ship wrecks!
A resolution we have at Loop Barbados! Do you feel the same!?
We were honoured to be invited to the Prime Minister's home Illaro Court, where there was a reception to celebrate and thank the visitors who have been Visiting Barbados for years! As we entered the reception area, the children of Bay Primary were all lined up and greeted us singing Bajan folk songs! A lovely welcome indeed! We took some time to explore the beautiful surroundings and got a chance to chat with some visitors who have been coming to the island for years upon years! It was such a treat getting to meet these wonderful people who undoubtedly see Barbados as their second home.
Oh how time flies, we are already in 2015! Starting off a New Year with much exciting events to attend. Have a look below to see what's happening in Barbados this month!
Barbados January Event 1. St. Peters Flower Show and Garden Festival: The rector and members of St Peters Paris Church present to the public, Nature's Bounty, a flower show and garden festival. The event will be held from the 9th-13th January at St. Peter's Parish Church located in Speightstown. For more information on this event, please call 246-422-3599.
All de seasons a de year start with C - Congaline, Crop Over, Cricket and Christmas!
Have a very Merry one!
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 you will be greeted with the fresh salt air smell and wind in your hair. The rugged, rocky nature of the bay is great for fishermen and of course the rock formations create little pools which are perfect for soaking in!
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