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We work hard during the day and at night we unwind in a fashion that is distinctly Bajan, often satisfying our hunger for food and fun all at the same time.

Barbadians love to dance. We love music and we love to socialise. And why not? It’s part of our DNA.  If you’re thinking about coming to Barbados, there are just a few things you need to know if you want to enjoy the true Bajan experience and party (or liming) like a local. Just know that this particular “lime” is neither green, of the citrus variety nor grows on a tree. This “lime” refers to how we relax, wind down, and generally de-stress.

Although a “lime” is permissible during the day and at any time you want to hang out with friends and family, a real high-powered lime usually takes place at night in popular party spots like; St. Lawrence Gap, Second Street in Holetown, Harbour Lights Night club and many other locations dotted around the island.