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Antigua and Barbuda

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Acrylic Fridge Magnet of Saint John's Harbor Those in search of a nice keepsake of St. John's in Antigua and Barbuda should look at this pretty acrylic fridge magnet stocked at world-wide-gifts.com. St. John's is the capital as well as the biggest city of Antigua and Barbuda. The latter is a country..
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The Flag of Barbuda Antigua: as Bright as the Sun Vacation has a lot to do with knowing new cultures and people. This travel souvenir from Antigua and Barbuda introduces us to the Caribbean world and makes us think about the people that for centuries have made these islands their home. Its flag is p..
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Antigua and Barbados: A Land of Color This is a great magnet to have if you're a great lover of the outdoors. Most of the elements present bring to mind the wondrous nature of the natural world. Also, there is a certain sentiment around this travel souvenir from Antigua and Barbuda that make us thin..
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Souvenirs from Antigua and Barbuda

Souvenirs from Antigua and Barbuda are essential to remember your vacation days in the tropics. You can bring back reliable favorites, such as imprinted post cards, colorful key chains, T-shirts with wacky sayings or refrigerator magnets, in addition to lovely hand crafted goods. Pottery and carvings are very popular, especially reflecting natural themes and influences. A set of wind chimes, vases, bowls or figurines will be quite attractive in your home. Straw baskets and footstools may be slightly more difficult to pack, but you're certain to find room for scrimshaw pieces, antique sailing maps and stationary, and jewelry. Certain plants can be exported, giving their bright foliage and sweet scents to your home. For those seeking a longer lasting Antiguan souvenir, candles and soap made from essential oils are a wonderful option. The taste of the tropics is available in the varied pepper sauces, jams and jellies that are canned on the island.

Antigua and Barbuda: Facts and Trivia

The Nation of Antigua and Barbuda actually consists of many islands in the Lesser Antilles, as a part of the Leeward Islands. Antigua and Barbuda are the two largest, with the majority of the population of 85,000 living in Antigua. Formerly a part of the British Empire, you'll find that the culture, language and government are steeped in that tradition. Afternoon tea is a popular tradition, reflecting this truth. Hours spent on the beach are a much more regional habit, and Antigua and Barbuda is called the "Land of 365 Beaches." As befits a tropic nation, a relaxed pace and festive atmosphere pervades the air. The weather is typically warm and rainy, due to the islands location a balmy 17 degrees above the Equatorial line. An amusing bit of local trivia deals with the names of Antigua and Barbuda. Both are Spanish words, meaning "ancient" and "bearded," respectively.

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