Last night I was able to finally attend my first band launch for the season. And it was Blue Box Cart. I was excited to attend their launch because of their gorgeous costumes last year. If you’re interested to read my review, click the jump below.
I wanted to share more about Barbadian culture and businesses in the year 2017, so what better way to start than with Kadooment and Crop Over. Last Saturday, Zulu International 2017 costumes were revealed to the public. Excited patrons were able to view the costumes in person at Zulu’s band launch. In fact they were the first band to release their costumes for the season and in March at that.
Last Saturday I was able to attend the first Girls Night Out Barbados Mix & Mingle event. I was so excited to attend this event about female empowerment and healing the emotional scars in women.
Hi guys, I know some of you were expecting to see two posts this past weekend. However due to some unforeseen circumstances, that wasn’t possible. However I’m learning not to beat myself up over not posting. Especially when it’s out of my control. But I’m here today and strong with it. Today’s post is about something personal to me, Christmas in Barbados. If you’d like to know how we celebrate Christmas in the Gem of The Caribbean Sea, read more.
This year Barbados is celebrating its 50th year of Independence. As a result many local businesses are decking out their businesses. It’s common in this month to see stores or banks sporting to the country’s colors. Along with the blue, yellow and black, we are also greeted with images of the broken trident and the 50th anniversary logo. Most definitely, those young and old are coming out to show pride in their nation like never before.