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Gael Hopkin, Gatsby Boutique, Barbados

BARBADOS.   Naked, the below FB post refers to Gael Hopkin whose parents own five Gatsby boutiques in Barbados. (Sandy Lane, Royal Pavillion, Limegrove, Tamarind and Hilton) and which she manages.   509 more words

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We love Alkanet!

So what is there to see along your above average urban bridle path?  Out and about over the weekend, hoping to catch that first special sighting of Orange Tip butterflies – no luck I’m afraid but there is still much to see.  255 more words

Nature

Proposed development Sandy Lane - 15/02765/FUL

Winchester City Council have issued letters to all interested parties that the planning application  for development by Linden Homes on the ‘Land junction of Sandy Lane and Bull Lane, Waltham Chase’ will be considered by the next Planning Committee Meeting at 9:30 a.m. 82 more words

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Sandy Lane, Steven Kern and The New Plantation

BARBADOS.   Letter sent from labourer at Sandy Lane complaining of racism in Barbados and in the workplace.  Naked Departure

NB: Because Barbados is a third-world country that does not allow freedom of speech and freedom of information, Naked Departure is a vehicle where Barbadians, for the most part, can air their grievances or blog anonymously. 206 more words

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The Country Club Sandy Lane

The Country Club Sandy Lane photographed by Barbados Photography

From http://www.sandylane.com/tom-fazio-golf-courses
With lush greens, five lakes and immaculately cut fairways, the Country Club course is a golfer’s paradise. 96 more words

Photography

Barbados Most Racist Island in Caribbean

BARBADOS.   Barbados has always been the most racist Island in the Caribbean, nothing new here . . . but you can’t tell that to the “brainwashed Bajans”.   338 more words

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Sam Inniss, Sandy Lane don't bow to Niggers!!!!!

BARBADOS.   The Barbados police work for the white man and the queen outta England.  Originally they were called the Slave Patrol.  They don’t care about the ordinary, poor black man.   335 more words

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