Barbados is the most developed island in the English speaking Caribbean so that the traveller can laze in the sun on a white-sand, palm-fringed beach lapped by a warm, clear-blue sea. There is also always something going on from lively steel bands and limbo dancers to barbecues on the shoreline and shopping in Bridgetown. Watersports play a large part in Barbadian life, and land-based sporting activities include golf, tennis and cricket. This guide gives all the information needed to help the reader enjoy their holiday. Betweeen 25 and 35 alphabetically listed topics such as beaches, museums, nightlife, restaurants and many more, together with a gazatteer section, a brief cultural history, biographies and lots of travel tips to ensure that the traveller knows where to go and what to do. Recommended walks and suggested excursions are accompanied by relevant individual maps so that the user does not get lost and gains the maximum enjoyment out of the visit. This book contains over 20 maps and an A-Z layout for easier use.
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Book Description HarperCollins Travel, 1991. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0004357574