At this moment activities provided by the island seemed endless but one in particular caught my attention, Harrison’s cave which is an underground cave with as well as waterfalls and pool. This beautiful cave which is considered to be one of Barbados greatest wonders lies in the hearth of the Barbados and is located in the central uplands of the island. It took proximally two hours car ride then a hike which at the start seemed to be fun but for every steep I took that feeling faded away. But promises by the guide that it almost was over was the fuel that kept me going even though my legs didn’t seem to be operating together. The guide, a beautiful girl with mesmerizing blue eyes kept talking about how much I would appreciate the hike if I knew what lied beyond it, every man on the tour appreciated her. Believe me when I say this, the view was so breathtaking that I could never have left if the guide didn’t insist on it. I thought that the view itself was impressive but those thoughts came and went as soones as I went inside the cave. I have to admit that despite my fear of small space I didn’t even consider that fact that it was small but rather curios about what the rest of the cave had to offer. And as expected it didn’t let me down, flowing streams, deep pools with crystal clear water made me gaze on this wonder and I am looking forward to what the rest of this island has in store for me.