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We had decided to spend the day at tiki bar/Accra beach, but will be there on Christmas Day. I emailed them, and they are not open Christmas Day. I'm looking for a beach that's quieter than boat yard, but has some sort of restaurants/snack bar on site as well as chair or umbrella rentals. I have emailed lobster alive to see if they're open Christmas Day, but their menu looks a little bit more upscale than what I'm looking for. Does anyone know if lobster alive has a more casual beach menu?





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I would still go to Accra..it's the perfect beach...I am sure their refreshment stands will be open or across the street is Just Grillin or Chefette, both really good or you can take a walk along the boardwalk which is there and there are several food places....Tapas, Naru....

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Very few places if anywhere is open in Barbados on Christmas Day.


That is a day that most people reserve for family.


I would not expect any of the restaurants another poster mentioned to be open.

To be perfectly honest with you

unless you definitely have something you want to do Ashore

your best bet might be to simply stay on the ship and chill out.


I was going to say

Stay on the ship apart from maybe a quick nose-around the shops in the Cruise Terminal

but I suspect many if not all of them will be shut too!



People on the island do have a life other than the Ka-Chiiing factor

and Christmas Day and Easter Sunday are pretty much OBSERVED here on the island. :)



The other 363 days of the year? Not so much. ;)



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I was in Aruba on Easter Monday and the entire port store area except a tee shirt place was shut


This was 1988 though. Might have changed by now


And yes I know this is the Barbados board



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