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Sunday, September 21, 2008

Banyan Tree, Black Bess And Sam Lord's Castle

"...it has recently emerged that Banyan Tree is probably getting together with CLICO on the renovation and expansion of the Sam Lord’s Castle project in St. Philip on the southeast coast..."

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Monday, September 15, 2008

West Coast/South Coast: The Great Debate Continues

With two great coasts from which to choose for your vacation, both with fiercely loyal fans, the great debate about where to stay in Barbados continues.

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Monday, September 8, 2008

Barbados property is a winning investment formula

"Property prices in Barbados are appreciating at between 15 – 20% per year at the middle of the market and often even higher at the luxury end.
Such price increases have been driven by a strong economy, well established tourism industry, direct flights, climate and the strength of the pound against the dollar which, even after recent falls, remains historically high. This has all led to a winning formula for British buyers..."
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Thursday, September 4, 2008

Local Community Activist Comes Out Swinging Against New Marina

"For too long the people of Six Men's have been tossed around. Government after Government has promised to develop the area, but there has always been what seemed to be a legitimate excuse why these developments for the residents never came to fruition.

Now we are hearing that developers are seeking to build another marina just to the south of Six Men's, which will ultimately impact on this historic fishing village... "

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Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Crew Aiming To Break Atlantic Rowing Record


"GALWAY resident Peter Williams is to join eleven other oarsmen from around the British Isles in an attempt to smash the current Guinness World Record for the fastest row across the Atlantic ocean. The current record is 33 days, 7 hrs, 30 mins.

The crew will depart from Puerto Mogan in Gran Canaria in a bespoke boat called La Mondiale on December 31 and will aim to arrive in Port St Charles, Barbados in a new record time..."

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Music From The Gap Still A Problem For Some

"Guests staying at various establishments in St. Lawrence Gap are once more protesting the loud music coming from night-clubs in the Christ Church entertainment hub..."

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Talma paddles around Barbados


"BRIAN "DEACTION MAN" TALMA made history by stand-up paddling around Barbados in 16 hours and 25 minutes last Wednesday.

Stand-up paddling, or SUPing as it is called, is done using an extremely long surfboard and using a paddle to propel oneself through the water... "

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BTA Crew Bare All

puggydog>>"Now that were all one big dysfunctional family Very Happy Lets get to know one another........Does anybody work or what did they do before they retired Question What do people do for hobbies etc..."

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