The title refers to the rugged north and east coasts, rather than Steve's driving. He did VERY well and caught on to driving on the left quite quickly, and loved using the roundabouts. Drivers here know how to use them, and traffic moves so much better than with traffic lights.
Our favorite place on the island was the north point, where the Atlantic and Caribbean meet. We ate lunch in a cafe perched on land's end, and both the food and views were stupendous.
There was a cave below the cafe that gave unique views out to sea
Only Eric or Jaclyn (our rock climbing duo) would be able to sit on this bench:
The whole east side of the island was rugged and gave me beautiful pictures.
We saw some interesting signs whilst (as the Brits here say) driving around:
Farewell from Barbados...