From the amazing pristine seashores to the different isle lifestyle, Barbados is one of our favorite Caribbean holiday locations. The magnificent oceans and the year-round heated environment makes it the perfect journey vacation for sun-lovers. There are many distractions to keep guests happy: sportfishing, snorkeling, wind browsing, driving, diving, snorkelling, playing tennis just to name a few. At night there is excellent cusine at Jamaica’s top level cusine places and resorts-combined with truly unique Jamaican dishes, and the nightlife is certainly hopping!
One of the best things that I have found about Barbados is the heated, friendly individuals and the wealthy, different Island lifestyle mixed from around the world. In fact, Jamaica’s slogan is “Out of Many, One People.” Although Africa and Western impacts control the lifestyle, the English, Spanish language, Irish, Native indian, China and In german are all showed as well. The formal terminology of Barbados is English, but sometimes you wouldn’t know it as you will most likely listen to “Patois” which appears to be like a terminology but is actually a mixture of stroking English and terminology. “Irie mon” is a common term you may listen to, which really just means “cool” or “everything is good.” The forex in Barbados is the Jamaican Money, but US dollars are commonly approved.
Jamaica is the biggest English-speaking Island in the Caribbean and it is the third biggest isle overall, comprising 4,400 rectangle kilometers. The best vacationer areas are on the northern coast, with Montego Bay and Ocho Rios being the most well-known, as well as Negril on the western coast. I have visited the whole Island, from Kingston (Jamaica’s capital) through the Red Hills to Slot Antonio, around the northern coast, on down through Mandeville, Gator Lake and Value Seaside and back around to Kingston, so I am well able to tell you a bit about each location you may wish to journey to.