Looka de view
Here’s our list of places that make this issue’s cut of must see/do places and activities.
OISTINS BAY GARDENS for sweet music, dancing, socialisation, good food, drinks & great prices
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Take a walk on the beach and Enjoy beautiful sunsets or sunrises from the beach of Barbados.
Take a catamaran Cruise swim with the turtles , feed the fish and enjoy a sumptious Bajan buffet. Enjoy a full body massage splurge on a complete package: massage , mani , pedi and facial.
Burst into a rum shop! Drink a beer , sample a rum and sam a dom(domino)
Try The Islands National Dish try cou–cou & flying fish at Brown Sugar Restaurant, the waterfront Café or the Atlantis Restaurant.
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Visit an Open Garden or an Open House the Barbados Horticultural Society opens private gardens ( Tuesdays) and the Barbados National Trust opens private houses of interest (Wednesdays) all over the island during the winter season.
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Visit Harrison’s Cave a beautiful natural cave formation in the center of the island. Sample the world’s oldest Rum Mount Gay Rum circa 1703 Tour the UNESCO world heritage Site Historic Bridgetown and its Garrison.
Feed the beautiful Green Monkey at Welchman Hall Gully or at the Wild Life Reserve.
Visit the Morgan Lewis Windmill the last of 506 windmills which once operated in Barbados.
Visit the following island heritage sites:
• Hutson Sugar Museum
-Portvale Sugar Factory , St. James
• Sunbury Plantation – St Philip
• The Barbados Museum
-Garrison, St. Michael
• The Bridgetown
Synagogue (The Nidhe Israel Jewish Museum) –Bridgetown, St. Michael
• George Washington House & Museum
– Bush Hill, St. Michael
• St. Nicholas Abbey – Cherry Tree Hill, St. Peter