When you live where some vacation

Browns Beach 🏝 in Barbados. Life on an island means water close by, in some form or another. Oddly enough, ‘Bim’ is noted as a water-scarce island though it’s literally surrounded by an ocean of water, and decorated with (hopefully still) fresh-water springs but we’ll leave that to another post. Today, we’re talking seawater at […]

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Tree Safety Tips for Tropical Travelers | Manchineel

The manchineel (also know as “beach apple,” Hippomane mancinella or ‘death apple’), is a yellowish-green fruit that is not to be eaten. Both the sap from the tree/bark/leaves and the fruit itself are poisonous and it’s not advisable to linger under the tree when it’s raining. This seaside or mangrove tree can grow as a […]

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Island-style fishing tours around Barbados with Bajan Anglers

For a unique outdoor island-style fishing experience – Bajan Anglers. Coordinating of fishing adventures for the whole family, groups, couples, and individuals by a top local angler. boat off the rocks spearfishing Visit the website to book your tour today!   Fish like the locals with Bajan Anglers. call: 1(246) 237 5856

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Sea the beauty on the south-east of Barbados

Hiking Chronicles: A bright, sunny day and beautiful journey on the south-east of ‘Bim.’ Sea breeze is therapeutic and walking barefoot on the sand the Most High made is energizing beyond the physical. The south east coast of the island is mostly rough but there are some areas (like Bath beach) and small bays here […]

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Turquoise water

                Shades of brilliant turquoise return to the ocean after a flood of sargassum seaweed in 2015. The seaweed brought its surprises, challenges and resources to Bim – eventually making way for the huge salty expanse of emerald that’s warm, refreshing, healthy and inviting.   Sea sounds  

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