North Shore Barbados: Exploring the Craggy Natural Wonders
North Shore Barbados. For Patrick and I, these wild and craggy environs were a big highlight of our first Uncommon Caribbean trip together. In true UC style, though, our journey here was not without its eccentricities.
This, you see, was my fourth time in Barbados. For Patrick, the trip marked his second time in Bim. My bro, though, definitely had a much better lay for the land than I do. Now, if we were doing a tour of the island’s finest meeting rooms, then I could certainly lead the way.
Usually, my trips here consist of a late-night arrival. That’s followed by an all-day meeting. Next up: a late dinner, and finally, an early morning departure back home. Doesn’t leave a lot of time for the type of exploration Patrick got to enjoy on his two previous visits.
So, I was more than a little excited when we hopped into a rental car and re-traced the route he took the year prior to the area near the Animal Flower Cave.
The awe-inspiring beauty of this place really made a strong impression on me. Consider the raw power of these waves. The massive impact they’ve had on carving-out the sharp and jagged cliffs and coves that line the shoreline here. It really gives you a whole new appreciation for nature’s majesty.
Here are a few photos from our North Shore Barbados adventure to give you a sense of what it’s like…