The capital of Barbados, a hub of busy hustle and bustle, compared to a lot of other caribbean islands, Barbados seemed to have very big ‘town centre’ with lots of little back streets and side shops.
If you’re an avid browser, you can go on and on in Bridgetown, as long as you can take the heat.
I can’t say I really bought much – but the atmosphere is busy, and colourful.
A word of advice – if my memory serves me right, the bank we went in would not change sterling into american dollars – they would only change foreign currency into bajan dollars – which is fair enough and made life a lot easier, especially as this was the last island stop of the holiday.
The bus from St Lawrence Gap took roughly 15 mins into Bridgetown…….very easy to get to, and there are plenty of taxis if you need one for all your shopping!!!
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Ah my Bridgetown. Crumbly in places but as solid as it ever was. Wonderful sharp clear pictures with a bit of the artistic in some. I nearly pinned them all!
Thank you for the pins, I’ glad you like the pictures 😊
I see Chefette in one of those pictures…yum! I want a roti 🙂
I’ll have to give them a try next time…the menu looks good!
They have good ice cream too 🙂 I really liked this post…lots of great shots Bridgetown!
Thank you! I’ll have to make an effort to sample the ice cream next time 😊 🍦 🍨