It was established by the Canadian primatologist and his wife Jean Baulu Anios by the 80’s, and basically sat bases there to study the Green Monkeys, sympathetic cousins fearlessly walking all over the place.
After paying a modest amount (around 10 bucks) to enter you can make a nice walk down the mountain, which others of relaxing is designed to stop appreciating nature, and of course the green monkeys.
It is well worth visiting and collaborating with the locals for the maintenance and protection of nature.
This boat was right in front of us when we were about to take a submarine in Barbados, caught my attention as the rain was coming from the left, and the rays of the sun were falling on the boat, which cut the picture in the before and after the storm.
During our stay in Barbados on past July, I had the opportunity to take a couple of pictures of the beach at night, nothing more relaxing than the exercise of patience waiting for long exposure at the edge of a beautiful beach.