On the north side of downtown Bridgetown is the infamous Baxter's Road, "the street that never sleeps." The ... More
On the north side of downtown Bridgetown is the infamous Baxter's Road, "the street that never sleeps." The road is filled with the one-room, dimly-lit rum shops and small eating places that take on a life after midnight. Women sell fried fish cooked over open stoves, and music blasts up and down the street. During the day it looks like any other Bridgetown side street; however, after-hours, it comes alive, representing a slice of Bajan culture that is worth the visit.
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 ...
Offering half and full day deep sea fishing excursions, the Billfisher, a 40 foot Pacemaker, is docked at the Careenage
in downtown Bridgetown. Captain White and his expert anglers can guide you to the best niches for barracuda, tuna, ...
Built in 1871 after the fire of 1860, these neo gothic style buildings stand defiant in the wake of the
ongoing modern development of Bridgetown. The famous clock tower was destroyed in 1884 but replaced in 1886 and stands ...
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