Just got back from Barbados and we had an amazing time.
We ate local 90% of the time, shakers, perfect pizza on coast road, rum shop up near spring gardens and a few other small places.
Only ate out (posh) twice once in the honeymoon suite at the Bougainvillea and then in there restaurant by the water.
People were just as friendly as usual, food is more expensive as in every other country. We travelled around by bus and ZR as usual safe and easy.
Visited family and friends had a fabulous time and when we got married on Bottom Bay their presence made it extra special.
Did 2 days at the Bougainvillea honeymoon suite it was beautiful and we relaxed. However their entertainment on Saturday was more like Karaoke (funny for 1/2 hour then irritating after 3 hours). I complained and got a free meal in the restaurant by the water.
We did a cat cruise 5 hours with El tigre which was fabulous, slightly more people that we're used to (normally go small cats 12, this was 35) but still a great day.
"jump up" was a new experience for me and it was fabulous, we arrived at the stadium for 9.30am and stay there until 12, in the heat we moved down to the half way point and sat on a balcony people watching until 5pm. I loved the crop over spirit across the island.
The beaches are still amazing and the place is like a second home, welcoming and warm. We'll be back probably next year.