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5 Romantic (and Ridiculously Cheap) Things To Do In Barbados

Island life is nothing short of romantic and living on the island of Barbados most certainly has its perks. With crystal blue waters, rich history and amazing sunsets, Barbados is a lovers paradise! 766 more words

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The Perfect Cruise

Almost 18 months prior, I had booked an exciting 16-night Royal Caribbean cruise from Venice to Dubai via the Suez Canal.  At $22pp/night plus taxes, who could resist?  1,212 more words

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The Fluffy Gal Anthem has restored my faith in FAT.

The Internet can sometimes be a sunken place; to say we get a lot of bad news online is an understatetment when the terror of death can be streamed and put on constant replay. 493 more words

Open Call: The NCF and Fresh Milk Emerging Directors Residency 2017

The National Cultural Foundation (NCF) and the Fresh Milk Art Platform are pleased to share an open call for the Emerging Directors Residency 2017. Launched for the first time last year, this exciting programme is a paid artist residency for early career theatre directors, which will provide them with an opportunity to conduct much needed research into Caribbean theatre heritage and to explore and create through theatre form and style. 627 more words

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An Introduction to Beautiful Barbados

I love to travel and I have just returned from the stunning Caribbean island of Barbados. My husband and I visited the island 3 years ago and we decided to return bringing our 20-year-old daughter to experience the Caribbean hospitality. 1,730 more words

Lifestyle

Barbados, Tax Or The Axe

You can’t have it both ways. That’s the message from the Minister of Finance to the leadership of two unions who are threatening to shut down the country over the Government’s planned increase to the National Social Responsibility Levy (NSRL) from 2 to 10%, and a 2% tax on forex transactions. 26 more words

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What do you do with your Freed Slaves ? (5)

In my last article I posed the question of  “How did the British free their slaves?”. They had none of the difficulties faced by the USA (a bloody civil war), Russia (a bloody revolution and a bloody civil war) or France (a bloody revolution in Haiti). 257 more words

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