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Almond Beach Village Now Offering Summer Barbados Family Vacation Activities

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Online PR NewsVillage "Almond Beach Village Now Offering Summer Barbados Family Vacation Activities
ALMOND RESORTS, St. Peter, Barbados - Almond Beach Village, a Barbados all inclusive resort, is now offering exciting family activities for the Summer of 2010. The resort is featuring classes, clinics, and activities that are suitable for everyone during their Barbados family vacation.
The Kid’s Center at Almond Beach Village will have a Carnival Parade, Summer Fiesta, Music and Game Nights, Tattoo Art, Evening Karaoke, and a Teen Disco. This Barbados all inclusive resort is featuring Summer Family Activity Highlights, which include:
• Enid’s Family Cooking Class with Sophie & Doreen-Learn secret Bajan recipes
• Golf Family Clinics with Jeff-Learn and improve your golf technique
• The Great Village Hunt-A fun family treasure hunt in the resort
• Experience Swimming with the Sea Turtles-Extra cost of $30 USD
• Tennis Family Clinics with Stephen-Tennis tips for beginners and pros
• Family Photos- Complimentary 30 minute family photo session includes a 5x7 photograph
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