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Barbados: Take in an authentic Caribbean experience

Canada.com Take the flying fish. It has become a symbol of the island and has been recorded travelling through the air at speeds up to 90 km/h. After catching flying fish, island residents (Bajans) are adept at deboning these fish of their hundreds of tiny bones. Bajans have turned this skill into something that's honoured at competitions, original only in the Barbados.

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