The Rough Guide to Barbados Directions

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Rough Guides, 2004 - Travel - 160 pages
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Barbados Directions fits neatly in your pocket and won''t weigh you down on a visit to this dazzling island. The guide provides the perfect partner on a visit to Barbados, brimming with ideas for making the most of your time. In the opening "Ideas" section, 28 full-colour spreads cover a wide range of attractions from hidden beaches and outdoor activities to indulgent cocktails and remote sunset look-outs. The "Places" section of the guide gives complete coverage of each area of the island, with opinionated listings picking out the best museums, restaurants, bars, beaches, rum shops, wildlife and craft shops. Throughout the "Places" section there are specially commissioned photos illustrating the listings and maps pin-pointing their location. The entire text of the guide is digitally stored on an e-book CD included with the book. The CD can be read by PCs, Macs and all hand-held devices and contains weblinks to hundreds of sites, from hotels to local tour organisers.
 

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Contents

Gourmet restaurants
18
Rum and sugar
26
Crafts and souvenirs
32
Bajan specialities
38
Barbados wildlife
44
Bridgetown
51
Around Bridgetown
61
The west coast
85
beaches
108
For more than three cen
118
When to visit
130
special place
131
An actionpacked beach bustling with
139
Miami Beach
146
Eastern Caribbean
156
subterranean depths Garrison Savannah
158

Central Barbados
102

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About the author (2004)

Adam Vaitilingam is a barrister and freelance writer who lived in the West Indies from 1989 to 1993. He is the author of the Antigua Directions and co-author of the Rough Guide to Jamaica.

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