Holetown was the first place of settlement in Barbados and is the third largest town on the island. Located in the parish of St. James, it was originally called Jamestown after King James the 1st of England. The name “Holetown” came about because ships used to be off loaded and cleaned in a small channel/hole
New Year’s Eve or Old Year’s Night as it is referred to in Barbados, is a night that almost everyone seeks to celebrate in some way or the other, while ringing in the new year. We will present some of the places that you can go for Old Year’s, and the activities you can do.
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With busy schedules and increasing workloads, time to spend with the significant other becomes limited. However, that’s the ideal reason date night was invented, to take eat least one night a week to just be with each other without any distractions – work, kids etc. With so many things to do in Barbados, it could
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