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Just got back from Batts Rock.Today is a holiday in Barbados and as usual the beaches will get a higher than usual among of people.I usually tend to stay away from the beaches with a high percentage of tourists.

I remember when the atmosphere at certain beaches were a lot friendlier but nowadays the trend is to create an unfriendly atmosphere and entrance to locals at certain beaches so I tend to stay away from those.

Yes,me the wife and children took a ZR to the beach ...note I said 'children' and not kids.I don't know where this word kids have come from in reference to children.I have always known and referred to a young goat as a kid.

It was good at the beach.If you know anything about Bajans you will know that an extraordinarily large number of us can't swim even though we may be living on an island.I happened to be one of those until a few months ago when I sat down on the computer and learned to swim,true,compliments of the Internet.I do believe I may be the only one in the world who has achieved this feat.

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