Category Archives: Tourism

The Adrian Loveridge Column – Getting Value for Money from Destination Barbados

Booking flights independently can be very time consuming and challenging, but it can also reveal dramatic savings for those with tenacity and determination. While researching a return flight from Gatwick recently, the fare on the two legacy carriers, who serve the route, for identical dates varied by a staggering GB Pounds 300 to buy a no-frills economy ticket. Cab you

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The Adrian Loveridge Column – Creating Opportunity in Real Estate

While watching an episode of Caribbean Life on HGTV (Home and Garden Television) hosted by our very own Cherita O’Dell recently, highlighting available property opportunities on Barbados, it struck me as one of the areas that really needs much greater attention to attract increased foreign exchange. According to available data, over 96 million households in the USA have access to

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The Adrian Loveridge Column – Veteran Hotelier Shares His Incredible Story

As our days as active hands–on hoteliers come to a conclusion it maybe time to reflect on our 30 year journey in order to acknowledge and personally thank some of the many people who have helped make our seemingly impossible dream reality. By the time we completed the purchase of the then derelict Arawak Inn, from initial contractual agreement to

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The Adrian Loveridge Column – Grantley Adams International Airport ‘Close’ to Getting it Right

Returning on a completely full British Airways flight from Gatwick last Monday it was a joy to find the Automated Passport Kiosks finally fully functional and I was able to clear Immigration within a couple of minutes. Several staff – which we are left to assume – are placed there by one of the Barbados Tourism entities, were very visible

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