The Monkey Pot, owned and operated by Judy Jordan, is probably the island's best kept secret. The shops are veritable ... More
Monkey Pot (The)
The Monkey Pot, owned and operated by Judy Jordan, is probably the island's best kept secret. The shops are veritable gold mines of local talent and handmade specialties. Her enthusiasm for her represented artists and their works is highly contagious. Among the wares you will find ceramics by Julianna, sea-glass jewelry by Andrea Wells and papier-mache products by Tififi. Such a selection of crafts is almost unsurpassed, outside of the art fairs. A second location carrying a few more imported items is found at the southern end of St. Lawrence Gap.
Amenities:Refrigerator. Private Bath. Balcony/Terrace. Shower. Air Conditioning (In Room). Kitchen/Kitchenette. Hotel Details:16 Rooms / 2 Floors. Built in 1973. Babysitting
or Child Care. Car Rental. Security (24 Hour). Scuba Diving. Water Skiing. Pool (Outdoor).
The waters off Brighton Beach are typically tranquil throughout the year. Due to the subdued surf and incredible reefs, Bell
Buoy and Silver Bank reefs are two of the most well known on Barbados for snorkeling and swimming. The ...
Centrally located in Bridgetown, Articrafts is very popular among tourists looking for some unique and reasonably priced souvenirs. You will
not find T shirts and other similar trinkets at this store, but rather an extensive collection of fine local ...
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