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I was inspire to research the making of Ice in the tropics when writing my book Rogues in Paradise. I recount a fun story that happened at Chilly Mose and it got me thinking who was the ice cream maker BICO. The Barbados Ice Company (BICO) is one of the oldest companies in Barbados. It […]
This is the story of the Barbados Chattel Houses told in prose, poetry and images.
Errol Walton Barrow was the Father of Independence and the first Prime Minister of an independent Barbados.
This blog is a daily tally of COVID-19 Air Travel Stats starting from the first flight to arrive on the opening of the Grantley Adams International Airport. It is a supporting report following up on Barbados Tourism Revival & COVID-19 Air Travel. Video Key Point Summary Travellers Testing COVID-19 Positive With rigorous testing and tracking […]
Meet the man behind the iconic Sam Lord’s Castle and the intriguing saga of a unique form of piracy he is credited with inventing.
Magnificent Barbados Frigatebirds drifting effortless on the wind at Accra Beach and the Boardwalk. A remarkable sight and experience that awaits you in Barbados. What are you waiting for? View this post on Instagram Frigate bird catch if the day. Trailer for IGTV movie of the frigate bird EFFORTLESS Flight- https://www.instagram.com/tv/CFric6rjL7E/ A post shared by […]
Explore this picturesque working fishing village tucked into an open bay on the Atlantic Ocean.
It is sad and overwhelming to see the beautiful and historic buildings standing in piles of smouldering rubble after the fire devastates Speightstown.
It’s been many years since the Barbados Boardwalk was erected on the South Coast in Hastings. See what has changed over the years.
It seems like a mute question to ask which hotels are open in Barbados since Prime Minister, Mia Mottley, has said Barbados hotels and resorts, villas and apartments never officially closed. Hotels were free to operate if they had guests. Of course, the Barbados Lockdown put a halt to most operations but long-term stays continued […]