King's Beach Village

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Rum a dumdum

A travel blog entry by jedowdle

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... the $$ is in the refined sugar. Cricket is the popular sport here. We saw a mongoose run across the road. Tamarind and breadfruit trees. Baobab tree. Univ of the West Indies has students from all over the world. George Washington came here with his sick brother. He caught Smallpox while here. Their national dish is a flying fish ...

It's a rum do

A travel blog entry by bettya52

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... nice job if you can get it), bottled, labelled and shipped. They bottle 10,000 a day and export 80% of it.

Amazingly it's a team of only 12 people that do the bottling and packaging and they always achieve their daily target.

After the film it's time to sample the goods. We begin with Eclipse. We swirl our glasses, identify the aromas, examine the colour and finally we can drink it. It's strong and we have 2 ...

Barbados

A travel blog entry by kylajo

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... guess it helps pay for the trips.

When it was time for our tour, we walked along the dock, past the tall ship from Malta, through the harbour shops, to our meeting point. The tour began with an open safari truck tour of the island. Right after we sat down, it poured rain … we dropped the plastic awnings briefly, until the rain stopped. It had already begun to turn stifling inside the truck. (Side note: there were a total of 16 of us on the tour – ...

Whoa! I'm Going To Barbados

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe

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... boat drill it was nearly time for dinner. We freshened up a bit (our luggage still hadn't arrived so we couldn't get changed) then went to the Palms Café for a buffet-style dinner. Normally we would be allocated Table 35 in the Grampian Restaurant but this was closed tonight for some reason. Not to worry though, by this time we were feeling pretty tired; as well as being up from 3.00am GMT we also had the four-hour time difference ...

Varita Shelton's Barbados

A travel blog entry by skychi

... or beach. We also like to "lime" which translates to "chill and relax" in island language. You can "lime" anywhere but may I suggest the beach or the local Rum Shop. Don't be fooled or intrigued by the name. There are several Rum Shops located throughout the island; almost as many rum shops as ...

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