Recognizing Priorities (Amidst A Pandemic)

Yesterday evening, while getting some fresh air and taking a light walk to scout for dunks (seasonal fruit here in ‘Bim’) and moringa leaves, i saw something totally out of the ordinary.

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A Visit To Ball Park ~ outdoor adventure

It was once a marine park in Barbados, and now is a popular yet refreshingly quiet rehearsal venue for top bands springing from the island and mini-golf spot. Today at rehearsals with Spice & Co. (for “Barbados On The Water” in Toronto this weekend), I went on a little adventure around the area, and discovered […]

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Sargassum seaweed: sightings and solutions

It arrived like a silent visitor of the sea, appearing in one area – then another – and another. Sargassum seaweed. Along the south east and north coasts of the island, heaps of the moss/seaweed are more prominent and seen along the shoreline. After a few days, the colour of it darkens as it’s dried […]

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Outdoor climbs and beautiful OCEAN views In Barbados (South EAST COAST)

Walking and climbing have become a natural part of my life; adventure-filled journeys across different terrain, in all kinds of weather, from as early as the first birds sound their voices and the sun ☀️ starts to peek through clouds on the vast eastern sky. Are you into walks or hikes? The slow discovery of […]

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Trees & flora of Queens Park, Bridgetown

A walk in the park… Located at the edge of the capital of Barbados, Bridgetown, Queens Park is a mostly-quiet park filled with trees, flowers and activities from time to time. The grounds are sprinkled with bright beautiful flowers and majestic trees ( including a rare baobab ). At a time when a drought is on, and water […]

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Coconut trees in Barbados (Part 1)

The coconut tree is a wonderful Creation found in abundance in The Caribbean. From the trees, there is drink, food in the form of rich, nutritious and delicious jelly, shade, durable and versatile materials. Art from trees Trees & Flora

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