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Caribbean tourists need not panic

Antigua shooting: Caribbean tourists need not panic - Telegraph: "have just returned from a family holiday in Barbados and at no point did I feel I was in any danger, nor, more importantly, did I feel my wife and teenage daughters were unsafe. In fact, at the Friday night Bajan jump-up, the Oistin Fish Fry, which is a marvellous swirl of drinking, dancing, eating and ear-splitting soca music, my daughters went off into the crowds and, on return, remarked that they felt much safer there than they would have done at a similar gathering in London."

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