Shopping for tops in Bridgetown at ‘Fabulus’

The other day, I went to take care of some errands, and on the way home, shopped for tops in at Fabulus Boutique. It’s one of my go-to stops in town for 5 reasons: Someone’s always willing and ready to lend a helping hand, if or when I need some styling, colour-combination and best-size-for -my-physique […]

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Restaurant review: vegetarian spot in Bridgetown

On the way through town from Upper then Lower Broad Street, across Jubilee Gardens and heading towards the Post Office, there’s a lovely vegetarian spot with great, friendly service and delicious ital food. It’s Roots Reggae Vegetarian Café – a cosy family-owned business upstairs in Cheapside Market. Did you read the first restaurant review of an eco-cafe […]

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Lights in the city of Bridgetown

The story of the Bridgetown Christmas trees unfolds: I discovered these lights on trees sprinkled in pockets around the capital city, and started taking the photos  you’ll see in this post.  

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Restaurant review: eco-café in Bridgetown, Barbados

Every year, two cherished friends (a lovely couple) from Denmark and I go to lunch at some spot or another during their visit to Barbados. Each year we meet, both the conversation and the meal are equally nourishing, energizing, memorable. The last two times we went to Just Grillin’ (grill spot) on the south coast, […]

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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 brightly beautiful flowers and majestic trees ( including a rare baobab ). At a time when a drought is on, and water shortage is […]

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Book Sale 📖

Books on: water forests the environment agriculture ecology languages mathematics economics Eco, business and language reference library online. View book list Get books  

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