Chic Black in Barbados

I usually love white and bright colours for the beach. You have probably saw many posts on my instagram wearing white, white, and…white! But this time I’m daring this wonderful black tunic with this white hat!
Barbados welcomed us in such incredible way that left me so happy during all day long! Everyone seemed to like the outfit and the hat I was wearing.

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Hello there! I hope you are doing great! Welcome to Barbados!

I usually love white and bright colors for the beach. You have probably saw many posts on my instagram wearing white, white, and…white! But this time I’m daring this wonderful black tunic with this white hat!

Barbados welcomed us in such incredible way that left me so happy during all day long! Everyone seemed to like the outfit and the hat I was wearing.

First, you can’t forget to use a protection against mosquitoes, there are a lot of warnings about it at the Arrival. But after that, we are all fine and ready to explore Riri’s Birthplace!

Barbados has stunning resorts and countless beaches! We asked to the tourism Authority which beach they would recommend us to take wonderful shots with a picturesque view but not too crowded. Crane Beach, located in the East Coast seemed the best bet.  And indeed, wow!

This little bay is really hard to get as there are rocks disturbing the entire path due of the very famous rock formations of Bathsheba. You can only find your way walking over the rocks (fortunately they did some oval pieces of cement to walk on). But it totally worth it! There was a lot of wind, which is the reason why my hands were all the time holding the hat.

This beach is small and quiet thanks to the challenging paths made of rocks. There is actually only guests from the resort chilling there. So if you want a quiet place away of the crowd, this is the perfect place to go for! 😉

In my next post I will include some tips and recommendations about Barbados, if you have any suggestion, feel free to share it with us!

Wish you all the best,

Melanie

Credits
Author: Melanie Martins
Photography: Diogo Novo

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