Beautiful Barbados - http://www.travelandtransitions.com/destinations/destination-advice/latin-america-the-caribbean/

Beautiful Barbados - http://www.travelandtransitions.com/destinations/destination-advice/latin-america-the-caribbean/

Scuba diving in Barbados; add it to your bucket list! #caribbeandreamsmagazine.com #beautifulphoto #beaches #Barbados #awesome

Scuba diving in Barbados; add it to your bucket list! #caribbeandreamsmagazine.com #beautifulphoto #beaches #Barbados #awesome

Barbados - Cherry Tree Hill offers one of the finest views in Barbados, particularly the eastern shore, where the waves slap the coast with brute force. The most easterly of the Caribbean islands, Barbados faces open ocean. It is struck by the the wind-swept Atlantic surf on the East Coast and is caressed by the gentle Caribbean waters on the white beaches of the South and West coasts. http://on.fb.me/Liu9Xz

Barbados - Cherry Tree Hill offers one of the finest views in Barbados, particularly the eastern shore, where the waves slap the coast with brute force. The most easterly of the Caribbean islands, Barbados faces open ocean. It is struck by the the wind-swept Atlantic surf on the East Coast and is caressed by the gentle Caribbean waters on the white beaches of the South and West coasts. http://on.fb.me/Liu9Xz

The tunnels, rediscovered during the restoration of George Washington House, were originally built in the 1820s to drain the once marshy Garrison Savannah and to move storm water.The tunnels were cut through the limestone rock of the island and the roofs are arched, boasting quarried bricks in their work. They were possibly built by the then British War Department in conjunction with the army medical department.  One tunnel runs to Pebbles Beach,  Coconut Court and Pavillion Court.

The tunnels, rediscovered during the restoration of George Washington House, were originally built in the 1820s to drain the once marshy Garrison Savannah and to move storm water.The tunnels were cut through the limestone rock of the island and the roofs are arched, boasting quarried bricks in their work. They were possibly built by the then British War Department in conjunction with the army medical department. One tunnel runs to Pebbles Beach, Coconut Court and Pavillion Court.

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