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Meaning of Rogues in Paradise

Meaning of Rogues in Paradise

Rogues in paradise is the latest Barbados Book author Ian R. Clayton, founder of the Barbados Tourism Encyclopedia. Here is some of his thinking on the Meaning of Rogues in Paradise and the story it presents. Proffessor Describes What Rogue Means Examples of Caribbean Rogues I thought that maybe some of the characters I feature […]

Our People - 'Bajans', roguesinparadise, travel-literature
 

Wind Hunters & Bajan Hosts

Wind Hunters & Bajan Hosts

This Rogues in Paradise story traces the exploits of avid wind hunters on the quest for the perfect windsurfing. It introduces Jamie a repeat visitor with connections to the Island. He represents a vibrant part of Barbado’s tourism culture. Getting Side Tracked on the Trail In the Rogues story, avid windsurfer Jamie has an amusing […]

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How Travel Literature Evolved

How Travel Literature Evolved

The early travel writers were privileged male colonial authors who could afford to travel and had an education that encouraged exploration. They saw the world through colonial eyes, often minimizing the culture and people they were writing about. Postcolonial writers saw this was ethically wrong and made an effort to be more balanced and sensitive […]

Barbados Travel News, Heritage & Culture, News-Press, roguesinparadise, travel-literature
 

Rogues In Paradise A Barbados Treasure

Rogues In Paradise A Barbados Treasure

Barbados.org is pleased to announce that the new Book Rogues in Paradise is a Barbados Treasure. The book is getting rave reviews by the press even before publication. The author is barbados.org founder Ian R. Clayton, known for his digital media development, videos, blogs, and publishing. Barbados is famous for its beautiful, wide, white, sandy […]

Barbados Travel News, Heritage & Culture, News-Press, roguesinparadise, travel-literature
 
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