All the politics and issues we have with the current government aside, we wouldn’t want to live anywhere else. It is interesting that with one exception each of us at BFP has lived for a time off the island and then chose to come home.
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From the Telegraph UK…
Life in Barbados – Telegraph Mentor
Julian Armfield says Barbadians are extremely friendly and there is a huge expat community on the island…
I first fell under the spell of the enchanting island of Barbados in 1994 and was drawn back at least once every year afterwards.
In 2003 I met Susan, who is Barbadian born and bred. We married here in 2004 and I moved permanently to the island although I commute regularly to the UK to perform my duties as Chief Racing Correspondent for BBC World Service Radio.
Susan is a Real Estate Agent and we both have an extensive network of contacts in Barbados. We will be pleased to assist anyone planning a visit to the island, whether it be for a holiday, wedding or to purchase or rent a property.
Introduction to Barbados: As a journalist and author, I can think of nowhere more perfect to be based than politically stable Barbados.
The scenery is stunning and it is a huge bonus that all our beaches are public.
The open-air lifestyle makes it easy to make new friends and there is an abundance of good restaurants and places to visit.
Barbadians are extremely friendly and there is a huge expat community…
… continue reading this article at the Telegraph UK (link here)