Barbados Food & Rum Festival Returns With a Big Bang for 2022

Foodies Mark Your Calendars! Barbados is known as the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean and, of course, the birthplace of rum. Both food and rum are the essence of Barbados culture, and both are celebrated by every part of Bajan society through the annual Barbados Food and Rum Festival. The festival has given birth to a series of events…

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Fintech Islands Announce New Global Event in Barbados

The Fintech Islands Experience (FiX 2022), produced by the US-based FinCAP Global LLC., will take place in Barbados from the 5th – 7th of October at the Hilton Barbados Resort Leaders in Fintech convene in Barbados to share insights and make the right connections to build impactful businesses. Event attendees will participate in a three-day schedule of thought-leadership…

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Extend Your Summer with September Deals to the Canary Islands

Summer’s not over yet! Flights departing from Dublin, Cork and Shannon Craving some late summer sun?  With seven islands and dozens of incredible resorts and hotels, the Canary Islands offers something for all types of holidaymakers. Whether you’re departing from Dublin, Belfast, or Cork, we’ve rounded up some of the top winter sun deals from…

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Barbados to Benefit from the Largest Ever TUI UK Winter 2022/23 Programme

Tourism Authorities are looking forward to an extended schedule, increased flight capacity, larger cruise ships and expanded hotel offering with TUI UK partnership On Friday, Barbados Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Sen. the Hon. Lisa Cummins, announced that TUI UK will increase flight capacity to the destination for Winter 2022/23, soaring above the levels…

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Unmissable Moments in the Canary Islands

Create a holiday to remember with these top ten island adventures Climb the Teide Volcano in Tenerife After Hawaii’s Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea, Mount Teide is the third-highest volcano in the world. In addition to being the highest mountain in Spain, it is the eighth most visited natural park in the world and the…

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Irish People Warned of Risk of Leptospirosis (Weil’s Disease) After Heavy Rainfall

Leptospirosis is an infection frequently found both in domestic and wild animals, which can spread to humans. The infection is spread through contact with rat or dog urine or foetal fluids from cattle. Infected urine or contaminated water can be found in sewers, ditches, ponds, canals and slow-flowing rivers and riverbanks. Dr. Graham Fry, Founder…

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