Barbados’s Decaying Cotton Tower Signal Station

Cotton Tower Signal Station peeks above the surrounding sugar cane fields like a pink periscope surveying the lush ocean of Barbadian paradise. Located in St. Joseph parish (near Bathsheba’s world-class surf break Soup Bowl), the tower is named after Lady … Continued

Falmouth’s Not so Foul Mouth

Its name sounds like a naughty school child (but with a hard T at the end). Time-worn cobblestones line the streets of this historic Jamaican port town founded in 1769 and named after the similarly named English town in Cornwall. … Continued