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Review of paradise isle Barbados as wedding venue

The Sun : "MY wife hates surprises – so me arranging our wedding on Barbados without telling her was about as “bad” as it gets... as well as our best family holiday ever!

Be fair — I gave her a whole week’s notice of our second marriage (sadly for her, both times to me).

Because 23 years and five children after our first ceremony, in leafy Nottinghamshire, I felt the time was right to renew my vows to her... she’s put up with a lot, as you can probably tell.

But Barbados isn’t a good place to get married — it’s the PERFECT place."

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