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Barbados: Something for Everyone!

..::Black PR Wire, Inc.: "The people of Barbados, who’ve nicknamed themselves “Bajans,” are predominantly of African descent and speak English as the official language. There are other ethnic groups as well, including British, Celtic, Asian and Middle Eastern Bajans.

If sunny beaches aren’t your thing, maybe you’d prefer the underground scene… literally. Harrison’s Cave in St. Thomas Parish is a natural subterranean cave where visitors can see stalactites, stalagmites, pools and waterfalls. An electric tram ride gives visitors an up-close view of these unique passages of rock formations."

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