Lemon Arbor, a little rumshop, behind a house, in St. Johns, with a spectacular view from an open deck of a sugar plantation.
Serves cheap alcohol, all the locals are friendly and welcoming, and may even buy you a drink even if they are meeting you for the first time.
The pork. To die for. BBQ, Fried, Pickled (souse). Mouthwatering.
People from all walks of Barbadian life come here. One place where the classism and racism disappears.
Perfect spot for a relaxing Saturday evening if not going to the beach.
Not necessarily something you'd go out of your way to find, but an interesting thing to stumble across: Here marks the original meeting place for the Barbadian parliament in 1639. It was supposedly upstairs in a tavern (the Bajans were laid back even back then it would seem).
Barbados had the third oldest parliamentary system in the Commonwealth (after the UK and Bermuda).
This monument is located at the corner of Spry and Roebuck Streets.
Sometimes it is interesting to wander through the churchyards and look at the inscriptions on the stones. There's often a whole family history there.
MUST VISIT BOTTOM'S BAY!!! The beach there is absolutely breath taking. It's secluded so those who do their research will know about it. Heavy tides but who cares, the view will be enough!!!!