Barbados and its History
Just by checking out this travel souvenir from Barbados, you can feel how it can be truly emblematic. You get a certain sense of community and even heritage. It dates from 1966 when Barbados got its independence. This shows in the broken tridents that symbolizes the end of its colonial status. Quite interestingly, the flag by chosen from more than a thousand designs received by the local government. It is a pretty cool flag, not just in terms of design, but colors as it is sure to suit its home on the fridge.
Barbados or Life in Paradise
Barbados is almost like paradise. Located in the Lesser Antilles, it features beautiful beaches and a breathtaking inland that the traveler can hike when he or she gets tired of of the sea. One nice excursion is to visit Mount Hillaby which is the island`s highest point. Quite interestingly, the island is not mountainous as the neighboring islands are. Nature lovers will be delighted at the Flower Forest which houses a wild garden with trees and exotic flowers. Other attractions that will surely amaze visitors even those traveling with their families include Welchman Hall Gually, Mount Gay and Earthworks Pottery where you can buy some beautiful dinnerware to take back home. One of the most popular celebrations on the island is the Crop Over Festival, which is a kind of carnival event that is celebrated in many Latin American and Caribbean countries. By all means, this is a great travel to give a little of paradise to a family member or to a friend.