Dah Beach is Mine

Every bajan has a favorite beach. Some, like a few I posed the ques­tion “What is your favorite beach and why” would first claim they don’t have any, but even­tu­ally, they will tell you which one they pre­fer. What did some Bajans say when the ques­tion was asked? The answers were quite interesting…

Browne’s Beach

  • Fam­ily mem­o­ries and acces­si­bil­ity – Kim­berly
  • Water is nice – Andrew
  • It’s in walk­ing dis­tance from my home. Also, it’s not always crowded even when there are a lot of tourists present and the bath­room facil­ity is always clean — Ramana
  • Easy Access and Safety – Winslow
  • It is close to me – Dwight
  • Water low, beach always has peo­ple and its clean and well kept and makes good for my pho­tog­ra­phy – Isa­iah
  • Good mix between acces­si­bil­ity and it has some quiet spots — Dario
  • Calm and spa­cious — Malissa
  • Mainly because of the atmos­phere and the fact that you have that oppor­tu­nity to meet and talk to other peo­ple espe­cially those older per­sons who are always will­ing to share their expe­ri­ences – Tau­rean A

Enter­prise Beach

  • Would be because of per­sonal con­nec­tion — like my fam­ily lives nearby so the asso­ci­a­tion and mem­o­ries — Samiya

Skeete’s Bay

skeetes bay

  • Nice and quiet close to home; there are a few big waves to ride — Jason

Folk­stone

  • I love the atmos­phere, the rocks and the board­walk — Rebekah

Peb­bles’ Beach

  • It’s usu­ally calm and not over­crowded – Dwayne
  • It has a friendly atmos­phere and the sea baths usu­ally feel nice – Shon­ique
  • Has quiet, shal­low waters — Kris­t­ian

Brandon’s Beach

Brandons

  • Because it’s expan­sive and I’ve had the best mem­o­ries as of late at that beach as com­pared to oth­ers – Mar­lon
  • I try to teach myself to swim there so its where I over­come most of my fears with the sea — Ash­leigh

Gibbs

  • Cause that’s the beach I grew up on and I ain’t defect­ing — Alex

Shark Hole Beach

  • Mainly because of how quiet and detached it makes me feel from real­ity – Tau­rean B.

Almond Beach/​Port St. Charles

port st.charles

  • All my child­hood mem­o­ries I have there; fun times Other rea­sons are it has no on-​shore rocks, many peo­ple fre­quent the beach mak­ing it active and lively, it has a jetty we can jump off of and there are no sharks — Jack

Crys­tal Cove

  • It’s so clean and beau­ti­ful and not much peo­ple go there — Cor­rey

Batt’s Rock

  • Atmos­phere, view, pos­i­tive aura — Randy


Accra

AccraBeach

  • Beach chairs and umbrel­las are avail­able; rest rooms are accept­able – JB
  • Loca­tion – Olivia
  • Chefette is right there – Kemar
  • Lack of sea weed and I love the Tiki bar and the atmos­phere; the peo­ple are really nice — Leah

© Photo 1 taken from Panoramio​.com
© Photo 2 taken from Flickr​.com
© Photo 3 taken from Port​stcharles​.com
© Photo 4 com­ple­ments Tiki Bar

© Arti­cle of caribbe​an​dreams​magazine​.com



  • Dah Beach is Mine
  • Every bajan has a favorite beach. Some, like a few I posed the ques­tion “What is your favorite beach and why” would first claim they don’t have any, but even­tu­ally, they will tell you which one they pre­fer. What did some Bajans say when the ques­tion was asked? The answers were quite interesting…
  • Browne’s Beach
  • Fam­ily mem­o­ries and acces­si­bil­ity – Kimberly
  • Water is nice – Andrew
  • It’s in walk­ing dis­tance from my home. Also, it’s not always crowded even when there are a lot of tourists present and the bath­room facil­ity is always clean — Ramana
  • Easy Access and Safety – Winslow
  • It is close to me – Dwight
  • Water low, beach always has peo­ple and its clean and well kept and makes good for my pho­tog­ra­phy – Isaiah
  • Good mix between acces­si­bil­ity and it has some quiet spots — Dario
  • Calm and spa­cious — Malissa
  • Mainly because of the atmos­phere and the fact that you have that oppor­tu­nity to meet and talk to other peo­ple espe­cially those older per­sons who are always will­ing to share their expe­ri­ences – Tau­rean A.

Enter­prise Beach

Would be because of per­sonal con­nec­tion — like my fam­ily lives nearby so the asso­ci­a­tion and mem­o­ries — Samiya

Skeete’s Bay

Nice and quiet close to home; there are a few big waves to ride — Jason

Folk­stone

I love the atmos­phere, the rocks and the board­walk — Rebekah

Peb­bles’ Beach

It’s usu­ally calm and not over­crowded – Dwayne

It has a friendly atmos­phere and the sea baths usu­ally feel nice –Shonique

Has quiet, shal­low waters — Kristian

Brandon’s Beach

Because it’s expan­sive and I’ve had the best mem­o­ries as of late at that beach as com­pared to oth­ers – Marlon

I try to teach myself to swim there so its where I over­come most of my fears with the sea — Ashleigh

Almond Beach/​Port St. Charles

All my child­hood mem­o­ries I have there; fun times Other rea­sons are it has no on-​shore rocks, many peo­ple fre­quent the beach mak­ing it active and lively, it has a jetty we can jump off of and there are no sharks — Jack

Gibbs

Cause that’s the beach I grew up on and I ain’t defect­ing — Alex

Shark Hole Beach

Mainly because of how quiet and detached it makes me feel from real­ity – Tau­rean B.

Accra

Beach chairs and umbrel­las are avail­able; rest rooms are accept­able –JB

Loca­tion – Olivia

Chefette is right there – Kemar

Lack of sea weed and I love the Tiki bar and the atmos­phere; the peo­ple are really nice –Leah

Crys­tal Cove

It’s so clean and beau­ti­ful and not much peo­ple go there — Correy

Batt’s Rock

Atmos­phere, view, pos­i­tive aura — Randy

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