Happy New Year Barbados. We just returned from our yearly visit and it looked like the island was quite busy with tourists. That’s good. St. Lawrence Gap was busier than in the past few years. The little beach bars at Dover were still in operation and the hotels seemed lively. One concern was the West Coast. Ain’t no room left for the building of these giant “villas” but the construction goes on. Will the average Bajan lose their “view of the sea” that is their birthright? Whatever the future holds we will always love Bim. Been visiting for 25 plus years. Be proud of your country.
Happy new year to everyone that see this blog good wishes to you.Some positive things are going on in Barbados despite all the bad news.Take a look at this local production.
HAPPY NEW YEAR to all. Two things I’ll like to ask from the Minister who care for the drainage & garbage collection, please clean up the pile of garbage on the side walks & street of Barbados, people have to walk sometimes in the road to avoid the rubbish, that’s not right; and to get light & power to get the beach leading down to Pile Bay & Freshwater apartments, no one, locals or tourists can get pass the hot pot it is a disgrace, the tourists who use the beach are complaining, & no one would do anything about it. Before EMERA bought out Light & Power, when ever it got like this they use to fix it right, now it even have a big gaping hole right at the top where the pipes are, anyone can fall into it. We want tourism but those who should try & do things to encourage us are only talking & doing nothing, & another thing clean the drain at the beginning of The Board Walk from Accra Beach, it stinks.
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