Monday, 19 March 2012


Barbados is an island only 166 square miles large, and is part of the carribian islands. It is the only one not created by volcanos. Barbados is populated by not only the barbarians but many species of animal also populate this island, including the Barbados green monkey, Turtle doves and many types of geckos and crabs.
One of Barbados many attractions is Harrison's Cave. Harrison's Cave is a 160 foot deep cave filled with stunning rock formations like stalagmites and stalactites. You are taken down by a trolley with a live tour guide. Outside there are wonderful gift shops and a gulley walk. Another attraction is the Barbados wildlife reserve. Barbados green monkeys inhabit the trees while small deer and tortoises walk amongst the ground. Iguanas and turtles are in there own section next to the reptile house. In the reptile house there are boas frogs turtles and fish.
My favorite attraction is the farmers market that happens ever Saturday morning. There they have wonderful crocheted animals,knitted toys, a large selection of food and amassing wooden carvings of fish, crabs, turtles, etc. Also for children there is a small playground and a big field. Wonderful breakfast is served there as well as coffe and hot chocolate.