Baby Gear Hire

[Translate] Travelling has become more difficult in recent years. Between security concerns and newly enforced baggage restrictions, bringing all the baby supplies you will need while away from home just doesn’t make sense. By hiring baby gear travelling parents can eliminate the hassle of having to fly with a bulky, heavy pram and a large bag filled with bottles, sterilizers, nappies, pack ‘n play, etc. Baby Gear Hire would love to make your trip easier. Baby Gear Hire looks forward to serving you and welcoming your family and you to baby friendly Barbados Visit www.babygearbarbados.com for more information on our products and...

Thanks

[Translate] Winifred – thanks for letting us rent your house – we had a fantastic week. Rushelle was very helpful and we all enjoyed her cooking very much. You have a beautiful home and it was a perfect base camp for our surfing and beach-going adventures. As an owner of a weekly beach rental, I know what goes into keeping a place running and Blue Bayou shows your attention to details....

What, no bikini? Caribbean cutie Rihanna bathes in a sundress as she becomes the official face of Barbados...

[Translate] This article was originally published by DAILY MAIL REPORTER at 05:27 GMT, 10 August 2012 then updated at 18:34 GMT, 10 August 2012. Read this article from the source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2186387/Rihanna-smoulders-beach-official-face-Barbados.html#ixzz23H2KFz00   As it’s most famous daughter, Rihanna has done much to raise the profile of her sunny Caribbean home. And now the singer has been given an official role, shooting a campaign as the Face Of Barbados. The 24-year-old was photographed shooting her first campaign for the three-year role on an idyllic beach yesterday. Wet and wild: Rihanna wore a white sundress in the water to film a new Barbados tourism campaign yesterday  Caribbean cutie: The singer has been named the new Face Of Barbados Big deal: Rihanna has signed on to the campaign for three years While she usually loves any excuse to slip into a bikini, she opted for a more demure look for the campaign and frolicked in the surf fully dressed in a white frock. She also wore a billowing yellow gown as she struck a sultry pose for the camera. Her new role will go some way to cheering up the singer, after she was dropped as the face of Nivea this week for being ‘too sexy’. Her ‘sexiness’ obviously isn’t a problem for her home country. Shore thing: Rihanna’s long hair blew in the summer breeze ‘Rihanna has signed a three-year contract with the Barbados Tourist Authority (BTA) to promote the island,’ the Barbados Free Press reported.  ‘According to BTA chairman Adrian Elcock, production on the promotional campaign is expected to begin soon and will be launched in September, in time for the winter tourist season.’ The beauty has already done much to raise her country’s profile overseas, and often returns to enjoy vacations on the isle with her family. Mellow in yellow: The star struck a sultry pose Leggy lady: Rihanna does her bit for her country Entourage: The star with the photographer and her team On today’s trip she was accompanied by five of her devoted fans, paying for their airfare as a thankyou for their support. The singer paid for them to stay at the exclusive Sandy Lane hotel and then invited them over to her house for dinner. A source told Sky News: ‘She wanted to show them how grateful she was. She figured the best thank you was to cook them tea in her hometown.’ Cheeky girl: Rihanna later swapped into a pair of hotpants Rihanna recently took Oprah Winfrey on a tour of the Caribbean island. She gave the popular talk show host a private tour of her native island when she...

Top 10 Caribbean Resorts

[Translate] Welcome to paradise. The Travel Channel is counting down Caribbean resorts with crystal-clear waters, powder-soft sands, sumptuous settings and world-class accommodations. These aren’t your average cookie-cutter beachfront hotels either. These Caribbean hot spots rank among the most luxurious and lavish in the world. You can read more by clicking the link below:...

Limiti Designs

[Translate] Get your Barbados souvenirs today! Clothing and products for Island, Earth and Corrections enthusiasts. Check out the souvenir shop by clicking the link below....

Barbados shines

[Translate] By Tony Best | Mon, November 08, 2010 – 12:09 AM Without the riches of the United States, Canada or Britain, Barbados has joined the ranks of the world’s “developed” nations, albeit only in terms of providing people with an excellent quality of life. Often called the “Singapore of the Caribbean”, Barbados, according to the United Nations, joins such countries as Israel, Hong Kong, Singapore, Slovenia, Cyprus, Malta, Lichtenstein, Bahrain, oil-rich Qatar, Andorra, San Marino, Brunei Darussalam, Monaco, United Arab Emirates and Estonia on the list of “developed” countries, based purely on the Human Developed Index (HDI). The HDI, now in its 20th year, measures performances in health, education, income and other quality of life indices. The classification was contained in the 2010 UN Human Development Index released worldwide a few days ago. But that wasn’t all about Barbados. With the exception of the Bahamas, it outspends all of its Caribbean neighbours when it comes to providing health care for each resident and it has one of the lowest murder rates in the Caribbean and Latin America. Barbados was the only Caribbean and Latin American state to be labelled “developed”. It’s among 16 states which don’t belong to the rich nations’ club in Paris, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), but which were placed in a grouping set aside for “developed non-OECD members”. Mexico, the lone Latin American and Caribbean country which belongs to the OECD, wasn’t included in the ranks of the “developed” states but was placed among the 32 “developing” nations in the Western Hemisphere. Barbados had previously articulated its desire to be classified as a developed country, but it didn’t set an exact deadline for achieving that goal. Trinidad and Tobago says it wants to reach that level by 2020. In the latest report, Barbados was listed among the nations worldwide with a “very high” level of human development. It was third on the list of members of the OAS that had attained that ranking. The others were the United States, fourth, and Canada, eighth. Barbados was ranked 42nd. Narrowly missing the top classification was the Bahamas, which was 43rd. All of Barbados’ CARICOM neighbours, including energy-rich Trinidad and Tobago, the Bahamas and Antigua and Barbuda, Jamaica, St Lucia, St Vincent, Suriname, Haiti, Guyana, Suriname and Grenada were listed as “developing” states. So too were such emerging economic giants as India, Brazil, Chile, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Russian Federation and China. As the UN Development Programme’s top administrator Helen Clark saw it, success wasn’t simply about money. “On one crucial point the evidence...