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I like St.Andrew.I can even say that it is probably my favourite parish in Barbados.The only reason that I am not on the East Coast now is because I don't have a car but soon I will be there everyday once again.I like the natural beauty off the East Coast.I liked it from as long as I can remember being aware of myself and that goes way back to the sixties when Barbados was a little different.I think the only problem with St.Andrew is that certain areas are prone to land slippages.

Actually there used to be a time when the west coast was as visible,I think.I can't seem to remember when but It would have obviously been before all the hotels and beach houses went up . Everyone seems to want everything on the beach.I just have a feeling that this beach front property is overvalued really.We were just scampering and quaking in our boots because of hurricane dean.Have you ever seen the coast when there is even the semblance of bad weather?

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