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The Barbados: Like to hike?; With an island paradise to explore, there's no need to waste time lazing about on the beach

Kelowna.com: "'People only come to Barbados to lie on the beach,' declares a diminutive blond over rum cocktails on the beach. 'Take a hike,' say I, meaning it in the nicest possible way. Along with a perfect climate and wonderful beaches, Barbados boasts an English-style National Trust whose sites include 17th-century plantation houses, sugar mills, museums and a 1654 synagogue. Plus, every Sunday the National Trust offers free hikes – a fun way to explore the island."
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