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A taste of BARBADOS!

Jamaica Gleaner News : "As a 'foodie' who specialises in the love of good traditional food 'as-it-really-is' and 'taken-up-a-notch', I can advise - book those flights immediately for Barbados. The airline industry seems to be in 'crazy-mode', so the only way to get from one island to the next if you don't book and pay early, is to swim, and I am sure we all prefer shark on the menu without us as stuffing! Barbados offers accommodation to suit all pockets so that's not an issue; getting "


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