There is another side to Barbados that is not sheltered yellow sand beaches.
Mullins is a treat, the north coast is sheltered and special.
About to dive in on your first cruise and it all looks like a huge mess of the unknown.
As always tours and their description show what the locals are proud of and wish to show.
We are fans of the Turtles.
This six-acre park is part of the Barbados National Trust.
Sure you can walk to Carlisle Bay, but it is busy, and the hawkers might get you down.
If you are in Barbados on a Friday night, then at Oistins, it is party night.
A regular stop for Doris Visits, Barbados literally means, the Bearded One,