The sea rocks – Barbados South East Coast

An early morning hike on the trail, then a slow and steady climb downhill, onto a plateau surrounded by jagged rocks, overlooking the magnificent sea.

Cave with an ocean entrance. It’s about a 100ft climb to get down there.
The water at high-tide. Watch those rocks; they are sharp as needles.
Seawater splashing against the rocks as the waves roll in like thunder. Sprinkles of ocean spray decorate the air and the scent of the sea strengthens with each wave.
After a few hours of fishing, it was a cool evening stride uphill and hike home, to cook the day’s meal from the sea. A healthy way to enjoy a beautiful day!

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Indra is a writer, singer and homecook from Barbados, who started a blog that now reaches 85 destinations. Joyful Life|Creative Calling shares content management steps, refreshment reminders and interviews. You'll see posts & vlogs to encourage you if you're called to reset the quality, pace and volume of your life for the better. As a teen, she almost gave up on life. Now as a woman saved by grace, she lives with purpose, writing, editing and recording or enjoying the kitchen and garden. Feel free to join the journey and click subscribe, for firsthand updates on new posts, guest features, tropical vlogs and encouragement along the way.

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