Rick’s Barbados Guidebook

Rick

Rick’s Barbados Guidebook

Food scene
Oistins Fish Fry Friday night at Oistins is an institution in Barbados. It starts at 6 pm and lasts till the early hours of the morning, with freshly cooked fish, local rum, and a DJ to get the party started. The entertainment is free, and a plate of food (usually fresh fish with chips (fries), salad and macaroni pie) costs around BBD $25. You can also stroll along the market stalls selling local art and craft, also for reasonable prices.
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Oistins
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Oistins Fish Fry Friday night at Oistins is an institution in Barbados. It starts at 6 pm and lasts till the early hours of the morning, with freshly cooked fish, local rum, and a DJ to get the party started. The entertainment is free, and a plate of food (usually fresh fish with chips (fries), salad and macaroni pie) costs around BBD $25. You can also stroll along the market stalls selling local art and craft, also for reasonable prices.
Sightseeing
Harrison’s Cave Located in the central parish of St. Thomas, Harrison’s Cave is one of the great wonders of Barbados. The underground cave is a beautiful natural display of stalactites and stalagmites, with streams of crystal clear water. Electrically powered trams take you through the cave network, and friendly tour guides provide historical and geographical information about the cave along the way. The visitor’s center provides refreshments and showcases a wide variety of handicraft and artifacts, collected from various sites island-wide. Tip: Don’t forget your camera!
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Harrison's Cave.
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Harrison’s Cave Located in the central parish of St. Thomas, Harrison’s Cave is one of the great wonders of Barbados. The underground cave is a beautiful natural display of stalactites and stalagmites, with streams of crystal clear water. Electrically powered trams take you through the cave network, and friendly tour guides provide historical and geographical information about the cave along the way. The visitor’s center provides refreshments and showcases a wide variety of handicraft and artifacts, collected from various sites island-wide. Tip: Don’t forget your camera!
Barbados Wildlife Reserve Visit the Barbados Wildlife Reserve, Grenade Hall Signal Station, and Forest, for the most affordable tourist attraction in Barbados. Take a relaxing stroll along the brick paths, which meander through a forest of Mahogany Trees. One of the Tortoise are likely to be the first animals to greet you. They can be found all around the Wildlife Reserve. The Barbados Wildlife Reserve is also the best place to get a real up close and personal look at the world famous Barbados Green Monkey!!
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Barbados Wildlife Reserve
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Barbados Wildlife Reserve Visit the Barbados Wildlife Reserve, Grenade Hall Signal Station, and Forest, for the most affordable tourist attraction in Barbados. Take a relaxing stroll along the brick paths, which meander through a forest of Mahogany Trees. One of the Tortoise are likely to be the first animals to greet you. They can be found all around the Wildlife Reserve. The Barbados Wildlife Reserve is also the best place to get a real up close and personal look at the world famous Barbados Green Monkey!!
Beach Fun
Located in center of the parish of St James in Barbados, Holetown was the very first town ever to be built in Barbados and dates back to 1625. When the first British landed on the Island, they called the area Holetown as it reminded them of a stretch of the river Thames in London called the Lime house Hole. One of the oldest churches on the island is located in Holetown called St James Parish Church. It is believed to date back to 1660. Today it is a thriving and very pretty town located 2 minutes from the beach and it is full of lovely shops, restaurants, art galleries and bars.
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Holetown
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Located in center of the parish of St James in Barbados, Holetown was the very first town ever to be built in Barbados and dates back to 1625. When the first British landed on the Island, they called the area Holetown as it reminded them of a stretch of the river Thames in London called the Lime house Hole. One of the oldest churches on the island is located in Holetown called St James Parish Church. It is believed to date back to 1660. Today it is a thriving and very pretty town located 2 minutes from the beach and it is full of lovely shops, restaurants, art galleries and bars.