What is Barbados like?
Barbados is like heaven on earth beautifulbeaches,hot spots and there famous Crop over in the summer I am from there so I should know when going to Barbados please be nice cuz' my people don't play.
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Barbados is surrounded by water. To the west and south, there is the Caribbean Sea. To the north and east, there is the Atlantic ocean. Barbados is part an island chain stretc…hing between North America South America. Barbados is in the North Atlantic Ocean, northeast of Venezuela.
it is really hot and has really less rain and it has hurricanes sometimes
About 78-85 degrees on average every day, not very rainy.
Barbados is a very natural country and has very nice features in the country. In Barbados the beaches are clean it is a very wonderful place and as far as i know it is the onl…y country that u can see all the sites in one day while taking stops . This is very fascinating because I always thought it was bigger than Jamaica.
Barbados is located at 13 north of the equator and 50 32' west of the prime meridian. Barbados is part of the Caribbean islands and is in North America because even though it'…s closer to South America it is on all the North America maps.
It is in the Caribbean! (west Indies).
no idea, I'm trying to work it out myself!
Barbados weather is consistently warm throughout the year with an average high temperature that ranges only a few degrees -- from the low 80s Fahrenheit to the mid 80s. Avera…ge low temperatures (nighttime) also vary only a few degrees and are usually in the mid 70s. Rainfall varies much more depending on the time of year. The average winter months see a few inches of rain, but the total climbs to about six inches or more in August through November, which are the peak months of the Caribbean hurricane season.
Barbados schools are mostly run by government making them free. They, like all schools have shortcomings most notably (not necessarily my view) a system where the faster lea…rners are separated by the slower learners Generally, most are slightly over crowded class room sizes of 30 children unless at what the nation would consider top schools where the teach to student size drops. The secondary schools are geared towards a system of testing CXC and CAPE exams - where the emphasis can be too focused on the Caribbean experience at times. Don't quote me on this lol. The primary schools are likewise focused on an examination which many think can determine their future known as the common entrance exams. It is used to separate the students into schools by scores. If this is not enough info or you which a more specific answer on some aspect of Barbadian schools you can reply here or ask on my site http://www.kissbarbados.com/do-you-know-barbados.php
warm, but it changes every year.
A water park, but hopefully they will soon build one!
Many things. Barbados has many things to offer including: The beaches The food The night life The weather The views And many more things to do and see.
Dark blue/black jeans..with a blue/black/yellow t-shirt with Barbadian trident logo printed on..I swear lol..I lived in Barbados for over 12 years and thats what we wear EVERY… independent day celebration.
Barbados is in the Caribbean and Rihanna is from Barbabos PS- I went to Barbados and it is awesome! go there sometime :) :) :) :) :) :)