Skip to main content

45% Off All-Inclusive Barbados Resorts

Now is always a good time to fly to Barbados

The Perrin Post Travel Blog: "At Tamarind Cove, $200 per night gets you a standard room that sleeps two, plus breakfast (the price includes tax). These rooms normally go for $334 per night. You can get a junior garden suite for $267 per night (including tax). If you book 5 nights or more, you get a $100 resort credit.
Rates for additional meals: You can add lunch and dinner for $100 per day for adults, or $50 per day for children (12 and younger).
Rates for additional guests: $61 per night for an extra adult; the first additional child is free, and after that, the rate is $51 per child.
Book by: April 30, 2009
For travel from: April 12-30, 2009"

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Jamaica 'ties knot' with Bajans

Caribbean360.com : "Air Jamaica has tied 'the knot' with the Barbados Tourism Authority on a marketing deal for newly weds. Barbados, a veteran in traditional tropical tourism for over six decades, markets to certain niche markets as well.".........................................................Air Jamaica, the Barbados-designated flag carrier from New York - affectionately known as "The Lovebird" - has pledged its troth to Barbados' new weddings and honeymoons website.

Face to face with a vicious Akita

I came face to face today with a vicious Akita,me and my little girl, luckily I had her in my arms while we were about to walk through the West Terrace district.We came around a corner and there was this huge Akita.It was actually taller than my little girl.She would have been looking it straight in the face. Now I am naturally afraid of dogs even the smallest of Chihuahuas.I avoided eye contact with the dog although peripherally I could see that he stopped and looked up at me.I continued walking calmly as though there was no threat about. Why do I say he was vicious? That is what I am hearing from people living in the area.Maybe he was just out of his territorial zone but I hope his owners keep in fenced in a lot better.That is something that I wouldn't want to happen again. Just a few months ago a child was mauled by an Akita.There was a time when the main dogs you used to encounter was the 'lowly' salmon tot retriever;A unique Barbados mongrel.Such is not the case now.To