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166 square miles is a very small size for an island.A very small island.Living on Barbados you never ever get the feeling that it is that small.They are many people who have never left the island and who never have any intention of leaving.I certainly don't claim to have that strong an affinity for Barbados.It is just an island that I just happened to have been born on,yet i have never travelled to any other place so far that I like more than Barbados.

Barbados is a nation of talkers.It is much more important to talk than to do.I suspect that may be why there are so many priests and politicians.Now most of the Bajan blogs have joined the fray and once more the talk is of politics and politicians.

Did you notice that during the recent apartment collapse that the media was only interested in the opinions and ideas of the politicians? Instead of the taking queries to the technical and rescue personnel all queries were directed to a politician.

Such is life on Barbados.

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