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Barbados as a Jewel of the West Indies Most people seeing Barbados simply get to see a few of the numerous faces of this Bajan culture, the most glamorous hotels, the sexy, sandy beaches and the beach bars and restaurants. I was lucky enough to see two characteristics of the civilization, both the tourism and the island's most appeal with game, particularly with cricket. While accompanying my brother school cricket tour I saw the eagerness of the youthful Bajan sportsmen even-though that they lacked the facilities and funds that are found in England and a lot of other athletic countries. We approached the tiny green dot at the ocean of blue to a Boeing 777, the massive engines roaring. It seemed to me that, at the distance, that there was not enough space on the island to get a landing strip. This was an overnight flight and had been thoroughly unpleasant. I had not slept because of the kids and a baby in the front part of the cabin who didn't even quit crying or crying. The headrest was also simply too large for me so I had to devote the whole flight with my head bent forward. I switched off the plane to the underfloor heating system, it was a bright day and in the summer Barbados isn't the perfect holiday destination. I walked round the sun-scorched tarmac into a makeshift wooden tube constructed to color the sun-sensitive western tourists. I pushed through the thick glass doors to the terminal, excited to get out of the heat just to discover there was no air conditioning indoors. The immigration was quite relaxed, a grinning Bajan lady sat behind a desk chatting away about sport and the weather while she offered our passports. The Bajan baggage handlers were rather efficient and...