Local Barbados sparrow - easy to attract with fruit or food scraps.
Barbados Green Monkey - common across much of the island, and regular visitors to our accommodation in small troupes
Late evening at the north end of Sandy Lane Bay, with the Caribbean Sea
Barbados Anole, a small and fast moving lizard - often seen hunting insects on the outside walls and window grilles of our apartments.
A flash of yellow, and a blast of music - the Barbados 'boogie bus'.
Hide & Seek
Away from the tourist centers, the local housing can be quite an eye opener - in more ways than one.
About 1km south of here is the marina at Port Charles, which houses boats of an altogether different class. Personally, I think I'd rather take this one out onto that rather nice sea.
Not a bad spot for a stroll on a November afternoon.
Cuban Rock Iguana, at the Barbados Wildlife Reserve
Not quite rush hour...
A view of the Atlantic (east) coast from close to Cherry Tree Hill
The unique rock formations of Bathsheba beach
The (controversial, apparently) Rock Hall Freedom Monument.
Barbados Green Monkey
Rock formation within Harrison's Caves