The following is to give you an idea of some of the sights you would catch on a drive around the island. Take notice that there are no billboards suffocating the sides of the road. The government placed a ban on them in the late 60’s as they were deemed “unsightly” and dangerous to motorist.
This is St. Lawrence Gap, a main strip of bars, dance clubs and popular restaurants. There’s a huge variety of options ranging from cocktail lounges, multi-level dance clubs to venues with live bands and outdoor social areas. If you can make it here on a Thursday night, be prepared for hundreds of party people looking for a great time. If you’ve been following my travels for awhile, you’ll know that I’ve found an Irish pub in every country so far. Keep it going Barbados!
I truly feel a bit of a challenge when trying to sum up this special place. Is it the lively people and their ability to gather together with vibrant energy… the parties that are always “sweet-fuh-days”? Maybe it’s simply the breath taking views around every corner. Either way this island has made a unique impact on my journey. Cheers till next time!