HIT THE ROAD on a Famfari

October 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);Oct2010 Barbados Supplement, Vol. 5, p10
Trade Publication
The article discusses the destinations discovered by the tour agents in Barbados. It reports that many agents stopped at Robert's Bar, in a village called Diamond Corner, to ask the names of the three churches at the crossroads. According to the sales consultant of Thomas Cook, Samantha Connell, the tourists coming to the Island, must hire a car for traveling.


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