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Escape to Barbados .......

Flying fish shortly after take-offImage via WikipediaDallas Morning News: "What to expect? Crystal waters lap white sand beaches on the west and south sides; rugged coasts etch the north and east. There's golf, nightlife, wind-surfing, helicopter and boat tours, and the island's 167 square miles pack almost as many rum shops (one source estimates 1,500) as restaurants. Don't miss the tasting tours at Mount Gay Rum Distillery, and don't leave without trying Barbados' unofficial national meal: flying fish, served steamed or fried, with a side of spicy cornmeal-and-okra cou cou."
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