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KRT Wire | 09/05/2006 | Barbados: beaches, surfing, calypso and beautiful views

KRT Wire 09/05/2006 Barbados: beaches, surfing, calypso and beautiful views: "ST. JOHN, Barbados - A cemetery and an Anglican church may seem like unusual tourist destinations.
But St. John's Church and its tiny cemetery offer views to die for on the rugged, wild and unspoiled East Coast of Barbados, the pretty and very British Caribbean island.
It is one of the southernmost of the West Indies, a flowery place where flying fish is the national dish and where the water is described as Barbados blue.
The Gothic church sits at the edge of Hackleton's Cliff about 825 feet above the Atlantic Ocean. It offers a commanding view of the surf and beach between Bathsheba and the East Point Lighthouse."

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