I’m always fascinated by echoes of the past, like this ruined Barbados sugar mill spotted in Christ Church recently.
There’s nothing like a walk through Bridgetown – we love this image of the iconic arch, the bridge and Bridge House, along with the boats in the Careenage, of course.
Cane cutting isn’t on the usual list of tourist attractions, but it’s so rare to see people cutting cane by hand now (they tend to use big combine harvesters instead) that it seemed worth a photo. This exercise took place over the space of a week or so on the outskirts of St. George.
One of the highlights of the week for us was being featured on the WhyGo travel website, in the
photo of the day section. Our photo shows waves breaking on the South Coast. Check it out here:
Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados, is the best place to do duty-free shopping, see
the bridges after which it’s named, visit the Parliament Museum and National Heroes Square, catch a catamaran ride and more.