Picture courtesy: biseritours.com
Whenever Barbados is mentioned, you start envisioning the sight of shores plunging gently into the waves and the glasses of sumptuous cocktails producing a clinking sound. In this article we are going to brief you with the most ecstatic sights of Barbados. Amidst the tropical setting of Barbados are the ruins of the colonial architecture; sugar cane field, rustic towns and stately homes. The east coast is struck with gushing Atlantic waves and is a profound heaven for surfers, while the beaches towards the west are playground of the rich and spoilt.
What to see
St Nicholas Abbey
Picture courtesy: stnicholasabbey.com
Picture courtesy: gillespieandsteel.com
Picture courtesy: corbisimages.com
is the oldest and the most revered stately home in the Caribbean. The green enclosures are mesmerizing and the rum and sugar historical centers houses classical artefacts and also the book keeping entries and the slave accounts.
The George Washington House
Picture courtesy: encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com
Picture courtesy: barbados.org
Picture courtesy: images.trvl-media.com
as its name suggest was the home of US president and his sibling back in 1751. It has now been transformed into a museum which glimpses us of the life during 18th century here.
Picture courtesy: shazasscrapbook.com
Picture courtesy: igrealty.com
Picture courtesy: seeknewtravel.com
The lifeline of Oistins is its clamoring fish market. On weekends, it hosts the most vibrant and lively party of the island, with a mix of the reggae, pop and folk songs. People gulp in basket of rums and savor the barbequed fish. Most importantly it never ever too late in island, the party continues till the day break.
Picture courtesy: holidayhypermarket.co.uk
Picture courtesy: farm5.static.flickr.com
Only the ones with thirst for exploration venture south of Bathsheba, look for sign boards of Martin’s Bay, where you will find a decent slice of sand and a little wine shop. After about two miles, a slanted road takes you the Bath Beach, packed to the brim with sun devotes on weekends,
Picture courtesy: loopbarbados.com
Picture courtesy: barbadospalmtreevilla.co.uk
Speightowns with its tumble down facades and native heroes blends old colonial charm with a humble vibe. Explore the Arlington house, which houses a museum, which is curated by the national trust.
I want to hear from you, so let’s get connected friends!