Barbados By Alli Humphreys

The people of Barbados are spiritual and religious. Most are thoughtful, and generous. Most visitors say they like people

The land on the west coast of Barbados is mostly fine white beaches and natural coral reefs are common. In the north part of Barbados it mostly is made up of hills.

The weather of Barbados is constant sea breezes. It is sunnier and drier then all of the other islands. They have brief rain showers. Average sunshine hours per day are 8-10 from November-March and 8-9 April- October. Hurricanes and tropical storms June-November.

Barbados has a mixture of different foods. It includes African, Indian, and British. Usually consists of main dish mairned with herbs and spices, hot sidedishes and one or more salads. A famous one is pudding and souse a dish with pickeled pork with spiced sweet potatoes.

Bushy Park is a popular place to visit in Barbados. There you get to hear and feel what its like to push a racecar. Another popular place is Holetown it is located to the west coast. You can shop and go snorkeling.

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