St Joseph Parish Church
We were now back on H3 and the coach paused by St Joseph’s Parish Church. There was a large crack in the walls that had caused the church to now be abandoned.
I suddenly recognised where we were and sure enough around the bend there were these painted rocks.
We had now crossed onto Highway 4B and passed another of the many plantation houses on the island.
We passed the remains of a windmill from an old plantation.
Then we slowed so that we could take pictures of the Lion of Gun Hill. carved by British soldiers bored form their duties up at the signal tower above, it is now one of the attractions on the island.
Then we passed under Gun Hill Signal Station itself.
St George Parish Church
As we came into Bridgetown the coach had to queue because of all the traffic along Constitution Road. I grabbed images of the side streets.
Further along we passed the residences of the Prime Minister and of the Governor.
I said my goodbyes to Ronnie and left the coach so that I could go under Independence Arch and walk to The Boatyard in Carlisle Bay for an afternoon on the beach.