Barbados has long been known for being a tropical paradise and the St. Peter parish is no exception. Located on the northern part of the island with easy access to the Platinum Coast, it is slowly growing into a vacation hotspot. With warm waters, beautiful beaches and world-class hotels, you can hardly blame folks for choosing to get a little rest and relaxation in St Peter.
Even with the influx of tourists, there are opportunities to experience nature as it should. The Barbados Wildlife Reserve is located in the parish. ... [read more]
Date:February 13th, 2007
For the first post of the New Year on our newly revamped and splendid looking corner of cyberspace, I am proud to offer you a glimpse at what I think is one of the better 10-day Southern Caribbean cruises in this universe. The voyage takes place aboard the mighty Galaxy, a ship operated by Celebrity Cruises.
Close your eyes and picture yourself starting off the journey in San Juan, Puerto Rico, a bustling city that is both foreign and familiar. From there you head on down the water road to a ... [read more]
Date:January 4th, 2007
Barbados, a tiny island just 21 miles long and 14 miles wide, offers remarkable contrasts, from its boulder-strewn northern coast to its serene Caribbean coastline. Inland, hilly forests slope down to golden fields of sugarcane, corn, sweet potatoes, and yams. Stunning white sand beaches rim the island.
The eastern-most island of the Lesser Antilles, this little England combines Caribbean life and English living. It boasts a unique range of natural and historic attractions, from its exquisite plantation “great houses” to vast caves filled with prehistoric formations. Its quaint colonial capital, Bridgetown, surprises visitors with ... [read more]
Author: Miss Julie
Date:December 24th, 2006