What: A sugar cane-field. Where: Spring Hall, in the parish of St. Lucy. When: Feb/19/2011
Most of the time, it's hot and sunny in Barbados. Not Sahara Desert hot and sunny. Not Death Valley hot and sunny. Just normal hot and sunny.
If your skin tans and/or burns easily, walk with protection. No, I do not mean a gun or condoms (or both). I mean sunscreen, lotion, maybe a decent umbrella. Or, for the Douglas Adam fans out there: A TOWEL!
Is it summer all year 'round in Barbados? No, it's not. Although, it does feel like that sometimes. Most of the year, it's around the low 30's (Celsius) during the day. But I've seen it hit 34 degrees too. How do I "see" temperature? I don't. I'm not that cool. But Chuck Norris is. My car has a little temperature display. I press a button and it shows me the outside temperature. Night time temperature is usually mid to high 20's.
There's also the hurricane season which begins June 1st and wraps up on November 30th. This season is also known as the "rainy" or "wet" season for obvious reasons. The "dry" season falls outside of that date range. Most of the time.