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Trip List by Anna F

Barbados with your best mate

Aug 29, 2006  17 years of visiting this magical island
3.5 of 5 stars based on 5 votes

This list is about places to go, things to do, stuff to eat in beautiful Barbados.

  • Explore locations featured in this Trip List: Bridgetown
  • Category: Recent trip
  • Traveler type: Active/Outdoors, Repeat visitors, Beachgoers
  • Appeals to: Couples/romantics, Singles, Families with teenagers, Students, Budget travelers, Active/adventure
  • Seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
  • 1. Ship Inn

    An evening venue in St Lawrence Gap. Thursday night is the time to go. Live bands, flowing drinks and DJs - a real hot spot

  • 2. McBrides
    McBrides, Bridgetown, Saint Michael Parish

    A fantastic Irish pub in St Lawrence Gap. Live bands, cocktail free deals on the door. They have a pool table inside if you fancy a bit of pool and a seating area outside. A real favourite with tourists and locals.

  • 3. Boatyard
    The Boatyard, Bridgetown, Saint Michael Parish

    The ONLY place to be on a Tuesday night. $30 (BD) to get in the door, all your drinks are included (pay for bottles of wine or champagne), fantastic live music and right on the beach. Amazing!

  • 4. First Street Karaoke

    Karoke night is Sunday on First Street in Holetown on the West Coast. Buy your drinks from the vendors on the street or in one of the surrounding bars. Many a celebrity has been spotted blasting out the tunes on the microphone!

  • 5. Fisherman's Pub, Speightstown

    A fantastic venue where you can soak in some real Carribean steel drums. The pub reaches out over the water on stilts. Fantastic. The lunch is delicious too - real Bajan food.

  • 6. Pisces Restaurant, St Lawrence Gap

    Amazing restaurant overlooking the bay at the entrance to the gap. Go there and eat the freshest fish going. Lovely!

  • 7. Bistro Monet, Rockley

    Lovely little restaurant just up the road from Rockley Beach. Only down side is that it's on the roadside but the food is lovely. Try the fish pie!

  • 8. Cool Runnings Catamaran Cruises
    Cool Runnings Catamaran Cruises, Bridgetown, Saint Michael Parish

    These guys pride themselves on running a comfortable boat with friendly crew. There's no chance of over-crowding which you'll see on plenty of other boats. Snorkelling with turtles and stopping for lunch and a swim at Sandy Lane - absolutely perfect. Word of warning though - make sure you go towards the end of your holiday. Skin burns easily when you're out on the water.

  • 9. Oistins Fish Fry, Oistins

    This is an absolute must. Soak in the atmosphere at the Friday night fish fry in Oistins. This will undoubtedly be some of the freshest fish you'll have ever tasted, fried up in the fish market area. There's scores of bars and fish sellers to choose from and music to suit every taste! An absolute must.

    Lots of local craft for the keen shopper too!

  • 10. Smokey's Shop, Bathsheba

    Get yourself down to Smokey's Shop overlooking the beautiful Bathsheba beach. Have a rum and watch the surfers, if you're brave enough give it a go yourself.

  • 11. The Fish Pot, Little Good Harbour, St.Peter

    We tried The Cliff, Tides, The Lonestar and The Fish Pot. The Fish Pot came out the best. Best food, for the best price, amazing setting. Go there!