Thanks to reading Julia Willard's fantastic travel and photography blog, Falling Off Bicycles, I recently discovered the coolest app: Waterlogue. The app allows you to take a photo and create a beautiful watercolor painting out of it. This app allows me to combine two of my favorites things, travel and photography with the third: art.

The second port stop on our cruise was Barbados, an island we have always wanted to visit. After our submarine excursion (more on that in another post) we took a taxi into the town of Bridgetown. Taxis from the port to town are even cheaper here than in St. Thomas ($5.00 one way). During my research for the Barbados port stop I saw photos of the wharf and promenade along the Constitution River (or Careenage as the locals call it) which runs through the center of town, and I knew I really wanted to see it.

Using the Waterlogue app, here are my favorite views of the Careenage area of Bridgetown...

The pedestrian-only, swing bridge over the Constitution River.
The boats docked in the lower part of the river.

The view from the Bridge House restaurant.

The promenade along the river.

Thank you for visiting,

A Great Europe Trip Planner 

All photos were taken by me during our visit to Barbados in April, 2015.
Waterlogue images created by me.

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