The Currency in Barbados is the Barbadian Dollar and it is pegged to the US dollar meaning 1US$ = 2B$. The highest Barbadian currency is 100B$ and the lowest is … Continue reading Barbadian Currency (Photos)
What is a Sharkhole and why is it in Barbados?
I hate to say this but I didn’t really like the food in Barbados.
The island of Barbados is home to 287,000 Barbadians and is a major tourist hotspot in the Caribbean. Tourists can’t get enough of her turquoise blue waters, white beaches, nice weather, tall palm trees, coconut water and rum, rum, rum.
During my one month stay in Barbados, which was the first majority black country I visited outside of Nigeria, I found a few things that I thought might be interesting. … Continue reading 12 Weird/Cool Things You Should Know about Barbados
It was my last week in Barbados and my primary goal was to see Rihanna’s childhood home before leaving. In my mind, my trip would not be complete without it, … Continue reading I Visited Rihanna’s Childhood Home in Barbados
As a holiday island, depending on what you’re interested in, there’s no lack of things to do and places to check out in Barbados. Be it hiking, scuba diving, snorkeling, … Continue reading Places to Visit in Barbados: Hunte’s Gardens (Video)
In my previous post, I explained the restrictions on how much money a visitor could bring into Barbados and the amount to be declared. I also spoke about the strict … Continue reading Credit/Debit Card Declined in Barbados 2 of 2
I’m writing this post because during my 4 week stay in Barbados, I experienced certain issues with regards to cash, credit/debit card payments and ATM withdrawal. This happened due to … Continue reading Cash, Credit/Debit Card Payments and ATM Withdrawals in Barbados 1 of 2
My request to extend my visa in Barbados got rejected. The Barbadian Immigration Authority felt I didn’t have a good enough reason to extend my stay in Barbados. I had … Continue reading Leaving Barbados; My Quest For Dual Citizenship Continues
You’ve made it to the rum paradise and like thousands of tourists you don’t want to leave. The next step for you is to extend your visa in order to … Continue reading How to Apply for a Visa Extension in Barbados 2020 (Avoid these 3 Mistakes I Made)
In my previous post, I told you guys how I was given a 1 month visa upon arrival in Barbados instead of 6 months by immigration at the Grantley Adams … Continue reading Week 3; Tourist Visa Extension Barbados 2020
If you’ve been following my posts, you already know why I decided to move to Barbados and if you haven’t, here’s a little recap. Because of my restricted Nigerian passport … Continue reading Lawyers Office; Immigrating to Barbados
Before visiting Barbados, I wasn’t really worried about how safe the island would be and how freely I could move around as a tourist considering i’m from Nigeria, black and … Continue reading How Safe is Barbados? 2020
Fruit vendor sign at the Ministry of Agriculture market In Barbados, i’ve noticed a couple of signs, names of restaurants, or street signs that I found pretty funny. Here are … Continue reading Funny Signs in Barbados (Photos)
On board a private operated bus heading to Bridgetown Prior to my trip to Barbados, my plan was to stay for a long time, therefore I didn’t arrive in “tourist … Continue reading Week 2; Low-Budget Transportation in Barbados
Cathedral Church of Saint Michael and all Angels Bridgetown Anyone who has visited Barbados can testify to her sun-kissed beauty. For me, after months of non-stop researching and deciding on … Continue reading Week 1 in Barbados
After spending 3 spectacular months in the “Holy Land”, it was time for my trip to Barbados (you can view my previous post here). For this trip, I booked a … Continue reading Flying to the Island of Barbados
I decided to move to Barbados and in case you’re wondering why, here’s a little story about my situation. I’m a Nigerian meaning; of the 190 countries in the world … Continue reading Moving to Barbados