We’ve been following the adventures of Canadian David Cameron for almost two years as he tested electric bikes in Barbados. David is back on the island staying in Holetown and he’s going to try to use his electric bike to get to Oistins and back this Friday night.
He needs a charge point at Oistins to top up his bike so he can make it home again. Can anyone help out? He’ll only use 25 cents of electricity and he’d probably be happy to purchase a cutter or a beer if some wonderful person like Marcia will let him plug in to 110VAC.
If anyone can help out, David’s contact info is at the end of the article, or you could put the invitation in the comments section. Here’s his note to us… Continue reading
CL Financial & CLICO Scandal
At the last sittings on 6th and 7th April, five new parties were announced and Afra Raymond was not among them. It doesn’t look like the Colman Commission wants someone so knowledgeable to have official standing.
Can’t have someone like Afra Raymond asking questions because who knows where that would take the Commission. Why, the big boys would lose control and we can’t have that!
Here’s Afra’s latest article…
CL Financial bailout – A crucial choice
by Afra Raymond
There were several important developments in the Colman Commission at its sittings during the week of April 6th, with the widely reported appeals of Sir Anthony Colman QC for the Central Bank to change its position with respect to the presentation of accounts to the Enquiry.
From my own attendance at the opening session of the Colman Commission on Friday 11th March and the various reports, it seems that there are various moves afoot to restrict or stop the enquiry. I expected this sort of scenario in declaring the main players to be part of a ‘Code of Silence’ – it is no surprise to me. Continue reading
April 20, 2011
Trinidad & Tobago Civil Aviation Authority sends “Cease and Desist” letter
“No automatic right for REDjet to operate in T&T… Must comply with further licensing process”
People don’t take kindly when you make newspaper announcements that you’re coming for dinner, but you didn’t bother to inform the host.
That’s pretty well what’s happening in Trinidad & Tobago right now, and as much as I hope that REDjet does well – I totally understand the outrage felt by the Government and Civil Aviation Authorities in T&T.
Cart-before-horse REDjet infuriating T&T Government - Easier to obtain forgiveness than permission?
Our Prediction: No way that REDjet will be making that already announced May 8th first flight to Trinidad & Tobago. The T&T people will make sure of that just to get their point across.
I can’t figure out the reason for this strategy by REDjet, for this had to be deliberate. Any ideas from the cheap seats?
Guardian: REDjet’s May 8 flight in jeopardy
Tourists come for history and beauty, riches you can’t build with concrete.
by Cindy Martell, American visitor to Barbados
I am so saddened to read of the senseless loss of Sam Lords Castle. My husband and I took our honeymoon in Barbados at Sam Lords Castle when it was a Marriott property 19 years ago. We treasured every moment and the tales of Sam Lord, evil as he may have been. Sam Lords dinner was a highlight of our trip and history of the castle.
I learned of its tragic fate while researching for a return to trip to Barbados for our 20th Anniversary. I’m quite certain we will find a new special place as the history and riches that took us to Barbados originally appear to no longer be relevant. Tourists come for history and beauty, riches you can’t build with concrete.