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Caribbean time – just right for Valentine’s Day

International Travel Examiner: "It’s hard to even know where to begin your adventure when visiting Barbados, a very well developed island only 21 miles long and 14 miles wide. The island does have the largest spa in the Caribbean located at Sandy Lane so you might start there. Take a deep breath though and don’t try to take it all in, you can return another time too. One way to get a good idea of the island overall is to hop on an Island Safari Tour, which will take you just about everywhere from the highest cliff on the island to the gullies, forest and remote bays and all in a 4 X 4 Land Rover, of course."

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