Packing for Holidays in Barbados

Lilyfields travel girls spend their holidays at various destinations accompanying their clients or travelling on their own. They are met with great pleasure and anticipation wherever they go. One of our girls is packing her things for long waited holidays in Barbados and here is what she is going to do there. In case you find yourself heading to this marvellous island feel free to join her! 

Nearly two days – believe it or not that’s how long it’s taken me to pack for my forthcoming holidays in Barbados. It’s not even as if I have to sort out that much – five bikinis with matching sarongs should be more than enough for ten days in the sun I’d have thought. Then there’s the few sophisticated numbers I’ll want to slip into when it starts to cool down later in the evening. Then my preferred venue will no doubt be the beach bar where I intend to consume the odd Pina Colada and Mojito – or several.

I’ll also need a couple of clingy cocktail dresses for the more lavish affairs and parties I may stumble upon (not literally – although I am taking along a couple of pairs of four inch strappy sandles). I bought the aforementioned Chloe designer dresses a few weeks after I joined Lilyfields London escorts and realised the type of upmarket events I’d be expected to attend in my role as glamorous companion. Not that I’m complaining; far from it.


Anyway, back to getting my snazzy little Louis Vuitton suitcase ready, the odd pair of white linen trousers and shorts are a must I’d have thought and a couple of pairs of designer sunglasses goes without saying. Will I have time to read? Hmm. The hardest part of this whole packing drama actually has been trying to sort through my jewellery.

Gold looks best on a tan of course, but I won’t go anywhere without my good luck silver charm bracelet and I’m pretty fond of a few favourite diamante broaches I’ve collected over the years too. Men never have these difficulties do they? All they have to do jewellery-wise is pack a few decent pairs of cufflinks and the Rolex and they’re good to go. No wonder the world is dominated by male achievers – women are too busy having to worry about what they’ll wear and how they’ll accessorize while the other half just gets on with it.

I’ve never actually been to Barbados before but I can’t wait to try out a spicy Creole curry and a number of seaside fish restaurants which have already been recommended to me by clients of Lilyfields who’ve visited this gorgeous Caribbean island in the past. The hotel I’m staying in is an old plantation mansion and which I’ve been assured is bursting with character. Wish you were coming with me? I don’t leave until Sunday. That gives you at least a day to pack…