was lucky enough to sit up front with the Pilot.. You get to see the
contrasts between the two coasts: on the east, the rugged, saw-toothed
cliffs and the strange rock formations that look like animals. Skim past
pounding surf, see spectacular blow holes and sea caves. To the west,
awaiting your return, are serene, softly curving 'sugar sand' beaches.
Hues of ultramarine and aquamarine glimpsed from ships and balconies
become many times more intense from the air. The tour  starting from
and returning to Bridgetown, is exciting, every moment from take-off to
landing again. You get wonderful views of the Bajan secret, the oddly
formed, vertically-walled 'gullies' traversing the highlands... and soar to
the east coast viewing a maze of almost jungle-like, mountainous
ravines.