VLOG | A Relaxing Day In Barbados | Bridgetown, St George and St James

Hiya, today’s it’s a short and relaxing video sharing a bit of Barbados. I get a lot of IG messages asking for more virtual tours from around the island, so here is a mélange of outdoor tropical footage for you.

Wherever you are, I hope you’re enjoying purposeful moments of fresh air too.

Fun fact: the island is 166 sq. miles and has 11 parishes. You’ll see glimpses of three in this post.

First we’ll be going to:

  • Bridgetown (St. Michael)
  • St. George (country view)
  • St. James (west coast)

Related posts: Beautiful Consett Bay & Sea Rocks (St. John)

Joyful Life|Creative Career

Song of my songs|music playing in the background 1) Love Is A Gift -voicenote 2) Wanna Be (That Thing) 3. Wonderworld instrumental 4) Spice Tea

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Indra is a blogger, singer/songwriter and publishing entrepreneur from Barbados who started a blog that now reaches 85 destinations. Joyful Life|Creative Career shares content management steps, refreshment reminders, and career interviews. After pressing pause on a life of travel, she started working (mostly) from home and now shares steps for others who are ready to reset the pace of their life for the better. As a teen, she almost gave up on life. Now as a woman saved by grace, she lives joyfully with purpose, encouraging the overwhelmed, helping clients get digitally organized and recording from her home studio. Follow 'Joy within' blog for firsthand updates on new posts, guest features and tropical vlogs.

7 thoughts on “VLOG | A Relaxing Day In Barbados | Bridgetown, St George and St James

  1. That was lovely Indra. Made me miss home. I burst out laughing when I heard, « Yuh gotta pay fuh dem pitchas » lol!!! Was that Graham Hall swamp?

    1. 😂 heyyy, and yes I hear that a lot. People always think I’m not from here and make that comment. Hilarious (kinda.) That’s a garden area with pond and benches in front of Frank Collymore Hall. Great to see you here!

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