Friday 15th - Day 3 in Barbados
On leaving the port, our coach took us on a long scenic drive to Bathsheba. The coast here appears very wild as on the Atlantic. The waves pound in and part is used for surfing. There are incredible lava rocks of various sizes, which reminded us of The Twelve Apostles on The Great Ocean Road, Australia and the Marbles in New Zealand.
Hunte's Garden is located in the centre of Barbados' rainforest in a sink-hole gully and offers a multi-dimensional experience, with vigorous plants growing densely on many levels. There are many different sizes and colours of anthurium - a flower arrangers delight. As we arrived we were offered either a rum punch or lemonade drink and greeted by the owner Anthony Hunte, an eccentric gentlemen, who escorted us into the garden regaling us with colourful stories.
Tomorrow we return to Grenada and a tour discovering about nutmeg.