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Barbados is perfect place to take a ride on the wild side

The Examiner "Our guide on Barbados, Tammy, called the dune buggy ride a great back massage. It was more like Darth Vader in a race car.

At least that’s what my husband Larry and I looked like as we donned full-face racing helmets and reflective sunglasses, seated ourselves 10 inches off the ground in a two-person mini-buggy, and lurched down dirt paths along the North Point of Barbados. It was the perfect location for a hotrod experience. Waves crash along shore and reefs as North Coast meets Atlantic Ocean. It’s one of the most thrilling experiences you can have on this Caribbean island."

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